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Parents vs pet owners in Nanaimo dog park, a Libyan student in Victoria and Kabuki Kabs

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Julie McTier, a dog owner in Nanaimo, discusses new signs calling for parents to keep their children on a tighter leash in dog-friendly parks.

 
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Adel Younis, a UVic post-doctoral student from Libya, talks about his reaction and his friends and relatives in Tripoli as rebel forces advance on General Moammar Gadhafi's compound.

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On the Island's Sterling Eyford speaks with Randy Phipps, the founder of Kabuki Kabs, about the possible end of the oldest pedicab business in Victoria. 

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