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Esquimalt policing, Duncan teacher goes public and bye bye peelers

The City of Esquimalt could be looking at replacing the Victoria Police with the RCMP. We'll hear from one city-council candidate that thinks that information should be made public before the election.
 
A teacher from Duncan goes public to say the kids in her class aren't learning because they don't have enough help.  
 
Goodbye peelers? With one of the last strip clubs on the Island shutting down, we'll find out what is happening to the business of stripping, later in the show.

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