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Comox Valley slighted by BC Auto Association, the Island's hyper-local media, ferries losing money and Oceans day at Ecole Brodeur

oceans day.jpgBC Automobile Association is making amends after a less than favourable reference was made to the Comox Valley in the BCAA travel magazine, Westworld. Gregor speaks with Courtenay Mayor Greg Phelps.
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From the YYJ Daily and the New Bamfielder  to the Surge Narrows Snotrag: Catherine Rolfsen reviews hyper-local publications around the Island. 
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Ferries CEO David Hahn hopes Ottawa supports shipbuilding in BC,and discusses predicted $20-million dollar loss.
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The B.C. Salmon Farmers Association is offering tours of open net fish farms to give a first-hand look at an often-criticized industry. Gregor speaks with Dave Minato who is organizing the tours near Campbell River.
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 Ecole Victor Brodeur students gathered to create a giant image of an endangered shark for Oceans Day, June 8th. (Photo above by Daniel Dancer)
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