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James Bay radio, teachers' strike vote, Carole James' future plans, urban deer and Lantzville police dog training

Students at James Bay Community School try out the role of broadcaster for the school's morning updates. CBC Intern Colleen Rabatich meets the young broadcasters.
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What to expect in September: As school ends for the summer we'll hear about the strike vote by teachers and the action they're planning for back-to-school time.
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Not quitting. We'll speak with former MLA and former B.C. NDP leader Carole James about her plans for the coming provincial election.
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Dear oh deer. The provincial government says the problem with urban deer is not its responsibility, so it's up to the Capital Regional District to take on Bambi.
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How would you or your pet like a police dog to show up unannounced in your backyard? One Lantzville man says that's just what happened. We hear his story.
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