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New Charges in Oland Case, Freedom of Speech Debate, and Your Credit Rating Qs

Two years after Dennis Oland's slaying in his Saint John office, his son Dennis Oland has been charged with second degree murder. A known white supremacist group is defending a New Brunswick man's decision to bequeath his coin collection, worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, to a neo-Nazi group as freedom of speech. And credit counsellor Linda Wilke takes all your credit rating queries. 

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