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Sponsoring refugees, shutting Public Eye, debating libraries and Russell books turns 50

Several Vancouver Island communities are sponsoring Iraqi refugees. Ekaterina Pak of the Refugee Sponsorship Training Program talks about what makes for a sucessful settlement.

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 After years breaking stories on the B.C. political scene, Sean Holman explains why he is putting his Public Eye blog on ice. 

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Maureen Sawa, CEO of the Greater Victoria Public Library, discusses about the latest strategic plan for the GVPL, and the voices that are saying libraries are an institution whose time has passed. 

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Khalil speaks with Andrea and Jordan Minter, owner/managers of Russell Books, as the store celebrates its 50th anniversary.

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