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Anawim house, teacher strike, Political Panel and Alexandra Morton

Director Terry Edison-Brown talks about the role of Anawim House in providing permanent housing for homeless people for the past 20 years in Victoria.

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Law professor Ken Thornicroft discusses a new labour relations board decision that could mean a walkout lasting  longer than many expect.

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The political panel takes a look at the government's finances and the Order of B.C. flap.

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Biologist and fish-farm critic Alexandra Morton discusses her testimony at the Cohen inquiry into the collapse of the 2009 Fraser River sockeye run.

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