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BC Almanac | Apr 5, 2013 | 22:44

B.C. loses fifteen thousand jobs in March

Brian Yu, economist at BC Central Credit on the new job statistics. And Dan Gunn, executive director of ViaTech on job opportunities in high tech right now and Christian St. Cyr on Mosiac's job fair.

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