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First Nations supports development, Westshore questions LRT plan, breaking ground on a new Tsawout longhouse

 Both sides in the debate over the Juan de Fuca Shores development claim they have the support of the local First Nation.  On The Island's Michael Tymchuk heads to the Pachedaht First Nation to find out who is right. 

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Politicians and residents rally for LRT in Victoria but Dan Spinner from the Westshore Chamber of Commerce says support for the proposed billion-dollar project says the Western Communiites aren't jumping on board for the project.

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Eric Pelkey, the Treaty and Cultural officer with the Tsawout First Nation, talks about this weekend's fundraiser for rebuilding their longhouse, which was destroyed by fire two years ago.

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