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Thursday - Aboriginal Prisons Report, London Bike Plan, Duvalier Case

Highlights Include: Part One: *Prison Report. Canada's Correctional Investigator says Aboriginals are overrepresented in federal prisons. *Stompin' Tom Obituary. Musician Corb Lund remembers the Canadian music icon, plus we'll have music!  Part Two: *London Bike Plan. An ambitious mayor lays down over $1 billion to start a bicycle revolution in the heart of England. *Remembering Chavez. A prominent voice of...
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Highlights Include:

Part One:

*Prison Report. Canada's Correctional Investigator says Aboriginals are overrepresented in federal prisons.
*Stompin' Tom Obituary. Musician Corb Lund remembers the Canadian music icon, plus we'll have music! 

Part Two:

*London Bike Plan. An ambitious mayor lays down over $1 billion to start a bicycle revolution in the heart of England.
*Remembering Chavez. A prominent voice of the international left considers Venezuela's future after the death of its president.

Part Three:

*Duvalier Case. As the case against "Baby Doc" unfolds in Haiti, a U.S. attorney argues her government should be there.
*MSF: Syria Healthcare. Two years into the uprising in Syria and the healthcare system collapses as doctors become targets.

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