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CPR terminal plans, drunk driving ruling, Maritime Museum future and pot prize


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Part of CPR terminal concept rendering (Merrick Architecture/ Project Belleville)

Curtis Grad, CEO of the Greater Victoria Harbour Authority, talks about plans for the CPR Steamship Terminal, after winning the bid to lease the historic harbourfront landmark.

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Robert Holmes, President of the B.C. Civil Liberties Association, discusses the potential effect of the court ruling this week that found part of the province's tough drunk driving law is unconstitutional. 
B.C. Supreme Court Justice Jon Sigurdson ruled that the law did not give the accused adequate opportunity to defend themselves.

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Praise but no prize: Maritime Museum president Barry Rolston talks about their unsuccessful bid for the harbourfront CPR terminal, and what comes next.

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Pot activist Dana Larsen talks about the Cannabis Cup, an annual event in Amsterdam, and the Vancouver Island seed company that won top prize at the latest event. 

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