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Saltspring stream protection, Woodwynn suspended, deer conflicts and West Coast development

Residents on Saltspring are unhappy with new rules that may restrict development near streams and rivers. Gregor speaks with Islands Trust representative Sheila Malcolmson and Saltspring resident Eric Booth.
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Richard LeBlanc discusses the reasons for suspending operations at the Saanich Peninsula farm that has been turned into a therapeutic community for the homeless. 
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Too near to the deer. Michael Badry of the B.C. Environment Ministry discusses what the province is doing, or not doing, to deal with the growing problem of human and deer conflict in urban areas.
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Environmental activist Vicky Husband discusses the proposed development of former forest lands next to the Juan de Fuca Trail. 
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