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Report from the riots, STI e-cards, following the gold rush and the Pacheedaht perspective

On the Island alumnus Rosie Westwood, now a freelance journalist in London, reports on the riots in that city and other towns and cities throughout England.

A police officer stands guard as firefighters work to
extinguish the flames of a blazing store in Woolwich, southeast London,
on Tuesday. (Jon Boyle/Reuters)

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Dr. Mark Gilbert of the BC Centre for Disease Control discusses the new e-card program that allows people to anonymously email their sexual partners to tell them they may have a sexually transmitted infection.

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The financial crisis in the U.S. has a lot of people selling stocks, and a lot of people selling their gold. The CBC's Margaret Gallagher went to find out who's buying, and who's selling.

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On the Island's Michael Tymchuk visits the Pacheedaht First Nation for that community's perspective on a proposed resort near the Juan de Fuca Trail that is being loudly debated by environmentalists and politicians.

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