Sooke's pipeline worries, Ian Thow, United Way shortfall, movers fined and courtroom cameras
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All eyes have been on the Northern Gateway pipeline proposal. Sooke Mayor Wendal Milne explains why some local politicians are demanding their voice be heard before the deal is done on another pipeline plan much closer to Victoria.
Fraudster Ian Thow is still behind bars after the rejection of his day parole application last week. CBC reporter Jason Proctor talks about Thow's plea, his apology and what defrauded investors think about it.
Falling short of the mark: Linda Hughes, the Victoria United Way chief executive, talks about the United Way of Greater Victoria's 10 per cent shortfall in its fall fundraising campaign, and how it will affect their spending to support community organizations.
Go Public reporter Kathy Tomlinson brings the story of a woman whose belongings were held hostage by a moving company, and the court judgement that has ordered Two Small Men with Big Hearts to pay for their actions.
The BC government is pushing hard to put cameras in the courtroom for those charged in the Stanley Cup riots but the B.C. Crown Counsel Association has come out against the idea. Gregor speaks with Bentley Doyle of the Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia about the pros and cons of cameras in courts.