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Quitting smoking, David Hahn retires and uncovering a Nelson time capsule

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It is the latest development in the ongoing debate over the finances of B.C. Ferries. Today CEO David Hahn announced he will be taking early retirement. We hear from political reporter Les Leyne

Last week in Nelson, a time capsule was pulled out from the cornerstone of a church hall that had belonged to St. Saviour's Anglican Pro-Cathedral.Greg Scott is a local researcher, writer and historian.


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