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Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson and B.C. Premier Christy Clark look over messages of support on a board used to cover up a broken widow in Vancouver June 16, 2011. (JOHN LEHMANN/JOHN LEHMANN/THE GLOBE AND MAIL)
Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson and B.C. Premier Christy Clark look over messages of support on a board used to cover up a broken widow in Vancouver June 16, 2011. (JOHN LEHMANN/JOHN LEHMANN/THE GLOBE AND MAIL)

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What are the political implications of last week's Vancouver riots for the police, the City and the province?

Gary Mason, Rod Mickleburgh and Justine Hunter took your questions. Read the earlier discussion below.







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