Wednesday: Oil sands enforcement, Lacross too violent, Segway Polo World Championships


Highlights Include:

Part One:

* Oilsands enforcement. A report accuses the Alberta government of ignoring most environmental "incidents" in the oilsands.
*  Segway Polo. We speak to one of the referees at the event that replaces horses with the odd-looking scooters.

Part Two:
* Lacrosse too violent: A Quebec coach removes his team from its league, saying the sport is too violent.
* B.C. war statue. We speak to a man who will witness the unveiling of a statue of himself -- as a five-year-old boy in a war memorial.

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