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Willie Mitchell on fish farming, money laundering, world wedding tryout and MSP protest

Willie Mitchell
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Former Vancouver Canucks defenceman Willie Mitchell weighs in on the fish farm debate with a submission to the Cohen Commission that is looking at the collapse of the 2009 sockeye run. Mitchell, a Port McNeill native, wants to see closed containment instead of net pens.

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Ed Rampone, a former investigator for B.C.'s Gaming Enforcement and Policy Branch, discusses the government's new plan to prevent money-laundering in casinos. 

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Alex Penning and Lisa Gant discuss their two-year trip to test drive 30 potential wedding locations around the world, including Vancouver Island.

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Cliff Boldt discusses why a group of seniors rights advocates want to get rid of the MSP for older British Columbians.

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