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December 3, 2012

Hear why the Vancouver School Board wants to remind the media about the rules around reporting suicide. Also, we go into B.C.'s backroom as our political insiders debate budgets and campaign promises. And, hockey player turned crooner Chad Brownlee wins big at the B.C. Country Music Awards.

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