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Catalyst union worries, pension changes, illegal bike conversions and rumbling in Sooke

Catalyst Paper Powell RiverDave Coles, national president of the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union, discusses the future for unionized employees of Catalyst Paper as the company seeks creditor protection. 
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Economist Patricia Croft looks at significant changes to the Canada Pension Plan coming into effect this year.
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Reporter Michael Tymchuk looks into the legal problems encountered by electric bike owners who remove the pedals from their unlicensed vehicles.
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Ken Tapping, an astronomer with the National Research Council of Canada, talks about one possible explanation for reports of mysterious rumbling sounds reported in Sooke in recent days.
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