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November 30, 2012

Burnaby Hospital problems, BC Health Minister Margaret MacDiarmid, "Mad Ship" movie actors, holiday TV specials, Capilano Suspension Bridge holiday lights, Liberal leadership hopeful Martha Hall Findlay, Burnaby Hospital doctor, best Canadian guitarists, Movember shave-off, weekend events, film reviewer Katherine Monk

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