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Remembering Jack Layton, Victoria's garbage economics and fishing lodge sewage

layton.jpg Two Vancouver Island MPs, Jean Crowder of Cowichan, and Denise Savoie of Victoria, discuss their memories of federal NDP leader Jack Layton, who died this morning. 

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The City of Victoria is looking at new plans for curbside collection, composting, and recycling. Gregor speaks with Lisa Skumatz, an economist specializing in waste management, about how Victoria stacks up against other landfills in North America.

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Coastal fishing lodge owners are critical of demands for sewage treatment at their remote compounds. Marcus Goluza of Environment Canada explains the reason for the requirements.

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