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Jean Crowder's new job, medical admissions cheating and Sooke's sewage treatment

Jean Crowder's new job: As Parliament prepared to resume on Thursday, Gregor hears how the New Democrat MP for Nanaimo-Cowichan's responsibilities changed May 2 when her party went from fourth place to Official Opposition.
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Two BC men are charged with fraud in an elaborate attempt to cheat the Medical College Admissions Test Exam. Jason Proctor tells the story.
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A tale of two sewage treatment systems: While plans for the Capital Region inch forward, the Sooke district is preparing to lock into a long term contract with the private company operating their system - if the voters don't object. Gregor speaks with Sooke mayor Janet Evans.
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 One man, two wives and a ghost, plus lots of Noel Coward's witty dialogue as Blithe Spirit opens the Blue Bridge theatre season in Victoria. Gregor speaks with director Glynis Leyshon.
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