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Smart meter safety concerns, Jack Layton's departure and protecting "Avatar Grove"

smart-meter-cp-6824706-306x172.jpgTrent University assistant professor Magda Havas discusses the research behind  concerns about the safety of the smart meters being installed in B.C. homes.

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Victoria MP Denise Savoie and B.C. NDP president Moe Sihota about what the illness and temporary departure of federal NDP Leader Jack Layton means for the future of the party he led to Official Opposition status in the House of Commons.

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We'll speak with Ken Wu of the Ancient Forest Alliance about how a stand of giant red cedars near Port Renfrew might be saved from future logging.

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