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Failing First Nations children, alleging bank privacy breach and adult eating disorders

mi-bc-archive-turpel-lafond.jpg Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond, B.C.'s Representative for Children and Youth, discusses a report being presented to the United Nations today which is highly critical of how Canada deals with First Nations children.
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Bankers have access to a lot of your personal information. What happens when they accidentally hand it over to the wrong person? Go Public reporter Kathy Tomlinson talks to two Bank of Montreal customers about their experience.
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This is Eating Disorders Awareness Week and Sally Chaster, who is anorexic and a member of Advocacy for Adults with Eating Disorders in B.C., talks about the difficulty of getting treatment for people over age 24.
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