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Murder by text, obstacles facing occupiers and political panel

The horrific story of the murder of Langford teenager Kimberly Proctor is in the pages of Vanity Fair magazine this month. Best-selling author David Kushner wrote the article, "Murder by Text". He speaks with Gregor.

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Gregor speaks with three members of the People's Assembly of Victoria who continue their occupation of Centennial Square despite the cut off of water and electricity by the city and the Capital Regional District. 

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The political panel looks at infighting over the award of a job skills training contract, bonuses for BC Hydro executives and the latest Angus Reid poll which shows B.C. Liberal support  dropping and a rise in the fortunes of the B.C. Conservatives. 

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