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Forensic science, polygamy and family law, and youth summit

Bullets, bones and science will be the name of the game at the first annual Forensic Anthropology Day at the University of Victoria. Heather Stewart, a graduate student in Biology and a coordinator with "Let's Talk Science," a youth science organization, explains.

Most of us know someone who's had more than one husband or wife...just not at the same time. That's what separates them from polygamists. But, is it possible that some of the issues raised in this week's court ruling on polygamy might also raise questions about legal relationships in our province? That question was raised in an op-ed piece in the Globe and Mail. It was written by Robert Leckey, who teaches family law at McGill University.

Cultivating leaders. A two day gathering is bringing 100 young people people together in Victoria to imagine the community they want to live in. We talk to two of the teens taking part in the youth summit called "My City, My Community, My Life."

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