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Prepping for Pride Week, drug-free lawn care, traumatized veterans and canoe journey

paboom2.jpgColleen Rabatich visits a Victoria shop that has created a special display in support of Pride Week, and a Pride Week spokesperson previews events leading up to the Sunday parade.

photo credit: Drea Pittam

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Gardening expert Michael Cowan gives tips on how to maintain lawns and gardens without pesticides and herbicides, in response to the possibility of a ban on the sale of pesticides.

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Gregor speaks with trauma expert Tim Black about psychological trauma and its effects on military personnel after they return to civilian life after combat in Afghanistan.

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An RCMP officer and a member of the Mowachaht/Muchalaht First Nation in Gold River discuss their eight-day voyage to Port Alberni this weekend on the 2011 Pulling Together Canoe Journey. 

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