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Untangling HST, voting on taxes, defending net pens and textbook rentals

Chris Delaner (right), Bill Vander Zalm (centre) react to HST referendum
Chris Delaney (right), Bill Vander Zalm (centre)
react to vote results(CBC News)
UVic economist Elizabeth Gugl talks about about the options and costs of dismantling the Harmonized Sales Tax.

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VIU political science professor Allan Warnke discusses the prospect of more direct voting on tax policy following the defeat of the HST. 
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Stewart Hawthorn of Greig Seafood in Campbell River responds to the call for closed containment fish farming by ex-Canuck hockey player Willie Mitchell.

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Camosun College bookstore manager Laura-Lea Berna discusses the move to offer online textbook rentals to help cut costs for students.

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