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Dean Fortin, the political panel and Peeked Interest

Victoria City Council is facing some tough questions. As the new Johnson Street Bridge project balloons over budget, the city decides to move ahead anyway. So what went wrong and who should be held accountable? We speak to mayor Dean Fortin.


Sending teachers back to work, and flying to the jobless north. Our weekly political panel will take on those topics in the news this week, as well as reflect on Premier Christy Clark's first year in office.


 A new social network called Peeked Interest is set to launch at UVic is raising some privacy concerns. We'll speak with the founder

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