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Sockeye slip past fishermen, 35mm films fade to black, flying geoducks, Lantzville farming controversy and Burnaby vacations

Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for bc-100825-sockeye-dock.jpgRun, salmon run: Fisherman Paul Kershaw, president of the Area D Salmon Gillnetter's Association, explains why record numbers of Sockeye salmon have slipped by fisherman on the West Coast this summer.

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As the first all-digital theatres open in the Victoria area, Khalil speaks with Cineplex Odeon manager Pierre Gauthier about the slow decline of 35mm film projection and what it means for movie fans.

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Tony Gugliatti of the Vancouver Airport Authority discusses how a new air-freight service between Vancouver and Shanghai could boost the local shellfish industry.

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One man's carrots are another man's curse. We'll hear how the District of Lantzville is trying to balance urban farming with residential living.

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Emissaries from Burnaby  came to Victoria today to promote that Vancouver suburb as a vacation destination. Tourism Burnaby's Ian Wish explains why.

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