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World Baseball Challenge wraps up for 2013

Despite losing a player to defection, Cuba's Ciego de Avila Tigres won the World Baseball Challenge on Thursday. Co-chair Jim Swanson talks about the ups and downs of hosting this year's events with Andrew Kurjata.

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The Early Edition Vancouver's new gelato university Aug 27, 2014 | 5:29Bella Gelateria will be home to a branch of Carpigiani Gelato University
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The Early Edition Quesnel Lake water quality update Aug 27, 2014 | 9:24Interior Health Authority's Dr. Trevor Corneil and Likely, B.C., biologist Richard Holmes
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Daybreak Kamloops Kamloops grade 12 students speak up on teacher's strike Aug 27, 2014 | 8:16We've heard the teachers concerns. Class size, composition, salary and cuts. We've heard from the negotiator and the government too. This morning, we're going to hear from those who may be most affected by the strike. Students.
The Early Edition - Trader Vic's tiki lounge comeback?Aug 27, 2014 | 5:42The Early Edition Trader Vic's tiki lounge comeback? Audio
The Early Edition Trader Vic's tiki lounge comeback? Aug 27, 2014 | 5:42Derek Lowe is trying to revive the lounge with a Kickstarter campaign
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The Early Edition Bike lane plans in Surrey and Langley Aug 27, 2014 | 5:33CBC's Jesse Johnston says few people are using the current lanes
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Daybreak Kamloops Secwepemc encampment gathers at Mount Polley Aug 27, 2014 | 5:54Members of the Secwepmc First Nation are keeping a close watch on the aftermath of the Mount Polley mine spill. They're gathering what they say is their own research and information. And where better to do that, than from the site itself.
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Daybreak Kamloops Richard Holmes- water quality meeting in Likely Aug 27, 2014 | 6:03Richard Holmes was at the meeting. He's a long-time Likely resident and a fisheries biologist.
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