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A Prohibition-era ban on tranporting wine or liquor across provinicial borders could be near an end with the passage of a private member's bill in the House of Commons. Gregor speaks with B.C. Agriculture Critic and Saanich South MLA Lana Popham, about the remaining hurdles to changing the law.

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There was a sense of surprise for many when former NDP Premier Glen Clark spoke to delegates at the NDP's 50th anniversary convention over the weekend. Province newspaper columnist Mike Smyth talks about the significance of Clark's first appearance in more than a decade at a party convention. 

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 A victim of its own success? Gordon Harper talks about why his Victoria-area organization, which helps people to get help for addictions and mental illness, is struggling to survive despite huge demand for its services.

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