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Times Colonist sale, Crystal Pool safety, salmon virus and stripper history

Hawking papers. The Victoria Times Colonist and many other island papers have been sold. We'll hear about their new owner, Glacier Media.
Taking voters for a dip. Victoria's Crystal Pool is promising to become an election issue, with new questions being raised about how safe it is and how much of a money pit it might become. We speak to mayoral candidate Paul Brown. 
A potentially lethal virus that can devastate salmon farms has been reported on our coast for the first time. What could it mean for B.C. Salmon farmers? We speak to Stewart Hawthorns of Greig Seafoods

Vegas North. With strip clubs shutting down in this province due to lack of interest we'll take a look back at the heyday of burlesque and striptease after World War ll.

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