Daybreak North | May 15, 2013 | 16:37

    Northern political panel: can we all just get along?

    UNBC professor Tracy Summerville, former cabinet minister Bruce Strachan and columnist Peter Ewart weigh in on the surprise results of the B.C. election, low voter turnout and whether we can all get along.

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