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Farewell to the Queen of Esquimalt, new leaders face off in the Ledge

The former Queen of Esquimalt, now called Prince Jacqueline, has left our waters. After sitting idle in Port Alberni for three years, it was towed out of harbour en route to Ensenada Mexico, where it will be broken down for scrap. Or will it? Gregor speaks with Diane Ward of Blue Wave Marine Surveyors.
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The Friday political panel reviews the performance as new party leaders Christy Clark and Adrian Dix go one-on-one for the first time in the Legislature.
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