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More on Catalyst, NDP leadership panel and Sisters of St Ann

Another decision day is looming for Catalyst Paper. The company went to court yesterday, asking for permission to sell off it's assets, including mills in Crofton, Powell River and Port Alberni. We get the view from mill floor in Crofton.


The next NDP leader, who will it be? Delegates meet in Toronto this weekend to decide. We hear from three prominent B.C. New Democrats ahead of the leadership vote.


The Royal B.C. Museum and the Sisters of St Ann announced that years worth of pictures, paintings, artifacts and documents will become part of the museums permanent collection. The CBC's  Sterling Eyford went down to watch the move

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