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Winter driving, Bond on courtroom cameras, immigrant jobseekers and TFSA loophole

(Deborah Wilson/CBC)

If you're driving on the snow covered roads,  you had better be well equipped. That's the message from Constable Neil Lundin of the Victora Police crash team, who gave a demonstration of winter driving techniques.
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B.C. Attorney General Shirley Bond responds to critics of the proposal to put cameras in the courtroom for the Stanley Cup riot trials.
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Hilde Schlosar of the Central Vancouver Island Multicultural Society talks about the difficulties of immigrants in Nanaimo who are looking for jobs in a tough economy.
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Jean Crowder, the NDP Member of Parliament for Nanaimo-Cowichan, says a tax loophole concerning tax free savings accounts is giving wealthy retirees access to benefits intended for low-income seniors.
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