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Gaming grants, cleaning Nanaimo's hospital, political panel and Market Square


The B.C. government says it will expand funding to community groups through gambling revenue following a review of its policies. UVic professor Michael Prince talks about how well the government's changes will work at fixing problems with the grant program. 
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Murray Hutchinson of the Vancouver Island Health Authority discusses the new cleaning contract given to Compass after a series of infection outbreaks at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital.
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The political panel talks about a shakeup in the premier's office that brings in a "Big C" federal Conservative insider as Chief of staff, as well as the deal to pay back HST transition funding and public sector bargaining.  
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The future of market square:  As a handful of businesses leave the downtown landmark, David Ferguson, the manager of the property for Anthem Properties, talks about the road ahead.
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