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Comox Valley rail, a call for tougher mining rules, recycling antifreeze and Virginia Woolf

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Courtenay Mayor Greg Phelps discusses proposed changes to the E and N rail service and schedule. 

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Whose minding the miners? A university report is warning the province is not doing enough to protect the environment from damage caused by mining.

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Gregor speaks with the executive director of a new antifreeze recycling program that has just launched in B.C.

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Who's afraid of taking on a tough role? Not Andrew Wheeler. We meet one of the lead actors in Blue Bridge Repertory's newest production.

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