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First Nations cookbook, Palestine at the UN and ferry schedules

Ancestral knowledge from one west coast aboriginal community is now going on-line. The Nuu-chah-nulth Traditional Foods Toolkit contains information on harvesting and cooking local produce. The project brought together elders and youth from the Vancouver Island community.

It was an historic day at the United Nations in New York. The Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas made a bid for full recognition of an independent Palestinian state. He said direct peace talks with Israel have gone nowhere. We talk with Andrew Wender, a history and political science professor at the University of Victoria.

One Vancouver Island resident was recently surprised at how hard it is to get a hold of a paper copy of a BC Ferries schedule. Roma Croy lives in Duncan and she uses the ferry to visit Vancouver and the gulf islands.

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