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Raising a totem pole, drinking water worries, building backyard houses and punishing a rioter

The Victoria Native Friendship Centre marked National Aboriginal Day on Tuesday with a totem pole raising and celebration. 

It was attended by about 100 community members. 

CBC intern Colleen Rabatich was on hand to gather scenes and sounds from the celebration. 

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Residents in the Nanaimo Regional District met provincial officials Tuesday night to discuss concerns with contamination and low levels in two aquifers.

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Khalil speaks with one of the builders who are promoting their tiny-home plans to meet an anticipated backyard building boom under the city's new garden suite policy.

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Olympic rower Adam Kreek explains why he thinks a young athlete involved in the Vancouver riot shouldn't be barred from international competition.

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