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Restoring gaming grants, Victoria's 150th, public-sector bargaining and leaving Market Square

Rob Gloor, the executive director of the Alliance for Arts and Culture, talks about the B.C. government's announcement that it will restore funding to arts through gambling revenue.
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Break out the party hats: The City of Victoria is getting set to celebrate it's 150th birthday. Katie Josephson, Victoria's director of corporate communications. talks about what's happening and how citizens can get involved.
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Contract talks have started between the province and its unionized workers. Gregor speaks with Darryl Walker, president of BC Government and Service Employees Union, about how bargaining been so far.
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Khalil speaks with Market Square business owners about why some of them are leaving and concerns about the need for revitalization of the area. 
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