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Investigating serial murders, e-books for high school, solving strata disputes, testing the Volt

Clifford Olson arrest
Thirty years after Clifford Olson's child-killing spree, criminologist Rob Gordon talks about what's changed for the better in B.C., and what hasn't.

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Nanaimo English teacher Deborah Graham talks about an on-line credit course for senior high school students that uses only e-books and blogging.

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Greg Steves, executive director of housing policy for B.C., talks about a proposed new tribunal that is hoped to take the pain out of resolving strata disputes.

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The first Chevy Volts were unloaded this week in Victoria. They  were sold before they even left the factory. Victoria is one of only four markets in the country that will be selling the car, for now. Khalil Akhtar tries it out with salesperson Paul Cooke.

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