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Unemployed nurse practitioners, preventing youth homelessness, building a better fish farm

Gregor speaks with the head of nurse practitioner training about why few of the University of Victoria program's graduates can find actual jobs in this province.

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A York University assistant professor says our communities are taking a passive approach to the problem of youth homelessness, but there are better models to solve and prevent it. 

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After criticizing open net fish farms in the Broughton Archipelago, the Namgis first nation set their own alternative. Gregor speaks with elected chief Bill Cranmer about the first status report on the project.

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