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Ferries CEO answers listeners, acetaminophen warning and political panel on post-HST options

Ferries CEO David Hahn
(CBC News)

We've been hearing this week about possible changes to BC Ferries.  CEO David Hahn says the company is asking for permission to cut 400 sailing a year in response to a decline in riders and revenues. It's a proposal  that has generated a lot of reaction. In an interview with Gregor,  David Hahn answers questions from listeners.

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The cure that can kill: The Canadian Medical Association is backing stronger warnings about the dangers of the popular painkiller acetaminophen - we'll speak Dr. Valorie Cunningham, the Duncan physician whose emergency room observations started the campaign.

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What happens after the tax gets the axe? The Friday political panel looks at how the government will handle the HST referendum result and the return to a provincial sales tax. 

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