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Mediating the teachers' dispute and selling Provincial Capital Commission properties

B.C. teachers say they'd like a mediated result to the current stand-off but they're unhappy with the mediation offer from the government. Guest host David Lennam speaks with Tom Knight, an associate professor specializing in labour relations at the University of B.C., about the prospects for its success.
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Selling the Capital: Bill Wellburn, the chair of the board at the Provincial Capital Commission, talks about the changes at the public body that is tasked with promoting the capital city, but is now facing downsizing of its properties, it's board of directors, and its powers.
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