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Election turnout, cutting military jobs, Warrior Games and missing women

 UVic professor Michael Prince discusses the low voter turnout for municipal elections and an upcoming forum about local government's role and citizen engagement. 

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John MacLennan, national president of the Union of National Defence Employees, talks about rule changes that affect part time civilian employees for the Canadian military, and their eligibility for full-time positions.

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Strong body, strong culture. Steve Sxwithul'txw discusses Warrior Games, a new national television show about traditional Aboriginal sports, based in Victoria.

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Funding inequality. Many of the groups who've pulled out of the missing women commission say they're upset the government isn't paying for their lawyers. Lawyer Clayton Ruby gives his perspective.

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