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Calgary Eyeopener | Aug 28, 2013 | 24:00

Eyeopener podcast for August 28

On today's podcast: CBC's Meghan Grant on the history of one of the leaders of the FOB gang Nick Chan; Roxboro resident Monique Beaumont on whether to have her house bought out by the province; Adam Johnson, new resident conductor for the CPO.

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