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Shellie Gudgeon, Pacific Rim Park explosives and same sex marriage

Selling off city-owned lands in secret. Two Victoria city councillors are bringing this issue into the lime-light tonight at a public forum. We hear from one of them.

Part of Pacific Rim National Park has been closed to the public because bombs left over from the Second World War might be buried in the sand. We take a look back at the
explosive history with local historian Ken Gibson.

President Obama's same sex marriage statement comes as recent polls show nearly half of Americans also support it. .We talk to political studies professor Paul Quirk about what this might mean for the upcoming November elections.
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