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After the Boston Marathon bombings, is security for the Canada Winter Games a higher priority?

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Canada Games House in Prince George, courtesy of Prince George Downtown Business Improvement Association.

Twin bombings at the Boston Marathon this week are raising questions about the safety of upcoming events. British police say they're reviewing plans for Sunday's London marathon, and organizers of the upcoming San Francisco Marathon say they're re-thinking security. In 2015, Prince George is hosting the Canada Winter Games. We hear from CEO Stuart Ballantyne and former CSIS intelligence officer Michel Juneau-Katsuya on what needs to be done to prepare.

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