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Cowichan Valley MRIs, Victoria's thriving tourism and drunk driving fairness

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Vancouver Island Health Authority is taking a second look at mobile magnetic resonance imaging services. (CBC)

MLA Bill Routley talks about the efforts to get mobile MRI machines for the Cowichan Valley, after the Vancouver Island Health Authority reconsiders the possibility of getting a mobile diagnostic imaging service for the region.

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You might think cool weather and a high dollar would hurt Victoria's tourism industry this summer, but Tourism Victoria CEO Rob Gialorreto says business has actually improved.

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 The Superintendent of Motor Vehicles in B.C. responds to questions about whether some people caught for drinking and driving could get preferential treatment under new impaired driving laws. Questions were raised by civil liberties advocates following the secret handling of a case involving the assistant chief of the Esquimalt Fire Department. 

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You can also listen to the Aug. 5 interview on this topic with Rob Holmes of the BC Civil Liberties Association. 

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