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Rising Blue Bridge costs, Shirley Bond and Tsunami debris

The new big blue is going to cost more green. The cost of replacing the Johnson Street Bridge is set to rise by 15 million dollars, according to a new  report. We  hear from one of the project's constant critics Ross Crockford


We've heard mixed reaction from across the country on the new omnibus crime bill passed in the House of Commons this week. Now we get a provincial perspective from Attorney General Shirley Bond.


It may be a beachcombers dream but it's a nightmare for those affected by the tsunami that devastated Japan a year ago. We'll hear from Japan's Consul General in British Columbia

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