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TRU Dean of Law resigns abruptly

Founding dean Chris Axworthy has left Thompson Rivers University.

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Daybreak Kamloops Minister Mary Polak- New Afton spill, Quesnel Lake fish, Kinder Morgan through protected grasslands Sep 12, 2014 | 6:50It's been a busy week for BC Environment Minister Mary Polak. New test results came in on whether fish downstream from Mount Polley are safe to eat.. There was a small - but high profile - tailings spill at the New Afton Mine outside of Ka
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The Early Edition Fringe percussion Sep 12, 2014 | 5:06The strangest of instruments get the spotlight at the St James Hall tomorrow night. We hear what it sounds like when a singer-songwriter collaborates with percussionists who experiment with sound like mad scientists.
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The Early Edition September 12, 2014 Sep 12, 2014 | 2:56:10Ned Bell comes home, Starbucks tattoos, former BCTF and Education Minister debate, Thom Ernest, Minister Polak on Kinder-Morgan, Fringe percussion, On the Ledge, Legebokoff debrief, Jane Goodall, Charlotte Diamond
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