Weekend Review for March 9, 2018: Ex-mayor of Burns Lake faces criminal charges, the battle to host the Brier in 2020, why the Peace needs a song about destroying daisies, Mark Perry's new album, Carolyn Bennett in Prince George, Cinema CNC

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The former mayor of Burns Lake is facing 24 counts of sex-related charges, most involving minors, reaction from Burns Lake and a children's safety group; CBC's Audrey McKinnon assesses Prince George's competition to host the 2020 Brier curling championship; the Peace River Regional District launches a contest to write an invasive species jingle; federal minister of Crownd-Indigenous Relations Carolyn Bennett is in Prince George meeting regional chiefs; Peter Maides previews the 2018 Cinema CNC film festival.

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