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Legalizing marijuana, report cards, deer cull and Thomas Mulcair

A B.C. coalition argues it's time to legalize the sale of marijuana. We meet an Island cop who's a member of the group. 
We find out what the Teachers Federation thinks of changes to the College of Teachers and the  move to force teachers to write report cards.
We find out how the City of Cranbrook will carry out it's first deer cull.

He's a big fish in Quebec's NDP pond. Now MP Thomas Mulcair is now running to be the national leader of the New Democrats and he's out to raise his profile across the country. We meet him on the morning of his Victoria visit.

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