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Rallying for psych services, Sooke sewage, shipbuilding school and policing Canada Day

A suicide survivor organizes a rally to push for better services for people with mental illness in Victoria:

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Wendal Milne explains why more than 1,600 Sooke residents have signed a petition opposing a 21-year deal with Epcor to operate the municipality's sewage treatment system:

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Laying the keel for the province's shipbuilding future: B-C has plunked half a million dollars into a new marine trades training program. Gregor gets details from Tom Roemer, vice-president for strategic development at Camosun College:

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Fireworks and liquor. Too much booze and not enough brains. Victoria police spokesman Const. Mike Russell talks about their plans to contain the annual mayhem that comes with Canada Day celebrations in the Capital:

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