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Marmot breeding setback, Vancouver Island health report and Nanaimo dog-park conflict

Malcolm McAdie of the Marmot Recovery Foundation talks about the setbacks for Vancouver Island marmot breeding effort resulting from the hard winter and cool spring weather. 

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Chief Medical Health Officer  Richard Stanwick discusses a new report on the health status of Vancouver Island residents. It shows more Vancouver Islanders are physically active and healthy eaters than the rest of B.C., but we have higher rates of  premature death related to smoking, drinking and other preventable causes. 

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Nanaimo parent Rod Whitney talks about the signs posted by pet owners in Beban Park warning parents to keep their kids away from dogs.

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