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Theresa Lalonde on B.C. salmon

Wednesday, September 9, 2009 | 11:45 AM ET
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Theresa Lalonde is our Online and Interactive Reporter with CBC Vancouver

Theresa Lalonde is our Online and Interactive Reporter. She's working with our national reporters based in Vancouver on the story of salmon.

The number of Sockeye and Chum has dropped off significantly. Bears are suffering. Conservationists are concerned.

Some are predicting a tragedy for the animals who depend on salmon. Meanwhile, the number of Pink salmon is strong and fishery is having a great season. Tourism outfitters continue to offer you a chance to swim in the sea with tens of thousands of salmon all around.

This is your chance to ask our news team about the salmon situation.

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Curt Petrovich on the Dziekanski inquiry

Tuesday, February 3, 2009 | 09:43 AM ET
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Curt Petrovich is a National Reporter with CBC Vancouver

Curt Petrovich has been covering the inquiry into the death of Robert Dziekanski at Vancouver International Airport.

He's been attending the inquiry from the beginning and following the testimony. Like many of you he's searching for the answers to what happened that night at YVR.

This is your chance to ask CBC National Reporter Curt Petrovich about the inquiry and the process.

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