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Remembering Jane Heffelfinger, political panel, Nuu Chah Nulth lesson and Rocker Camp

On today's podast: 

An excerpt from an address by Pacific Opera co-founder Jane Heffelfinger, who died this week;

The political panel looks at federal electoral reform and Carole James' decision to run for re-election after being forced to resign as B.C. New Democratic Party Leader in December;

Guest host David Lennam gets a lesson in Nuu Chah Nulth from the creator of a facebook page that teaches the language that is spoken fluently by only a few dozen people in the world; 

And Victoria songwriter and performer Anne Schaefer gives a taste of the upcoming Rocker Camp summer school for budding rock musicians. 

Listen to the podcast (38:54 min):
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  nuchahnulth.jpg Naomi Fraser of Port Alberni has created a Facebook page to fight the decline of the Nuu-chah-nulth language. Learn how to say "grizzly bear" and "butter clams"!

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