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November 9, 2012

Supreme Court of Canada decision on dyslexic student, new Canadian Museum of History, Music Talk/the future, John K Samson UBC writer in residence, former Vancouver mayor Sam Sullivan runs for provincial Liberal nomination, best musical decade, weekend events, Katherine Monk reviews movies

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