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New bus shelter run over by riders
October 24, 2012 8:36 AM
Transit riders say a new bus shelter in Kamloops isn't nice enough. Are their complaints justified? (CBC)
Are Kamloops bus riders just a bunch of whiners?
Or are their gripes about a new shelter legitimate?
Host Shelley Joyce hits the streets across from the hospital on Columbia Street to find out.
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