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Music fest move, dealing with derelict ships and Kwakiutl treaty protest

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Ash Berry Farm is the new venue for the Big Time Out music festival. (Google Earth)

The Big Time Out music festival moves from Cumberland to a fruit grower's field after security concerns cancel the original location. Artistic director Vig Schulman talks about safety at the new venue.
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Nanaimo-Cowichan MP Jean Crowder discusses derelict boats in Cowichan Bay and her efforts to get the federal government to assume some responsibility for these unwanted ships.
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Coreen Child, the elected chief of the Kwakiutl First Nation, discusses the band's protest at the Port McNeill ferry dock and their claim that the B.C. government is disregarding the band's aboriginal title and its Douglas Treaty rights.
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