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Explaining cougar attacks, planning for school dispute, RJH demolition and Cabin 12

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Bob Hansen, the senior biologist at Pacific Rim National Park, talks about why cougars are attacking people on the Island and how can we protect our children and others.

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Jim Cambridge, Superintendent of the Sooke School District, talks about plans for the classroom if teachers take job action this fall.

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A look at plans for some of the outdated buildings at Royal Jubilee Hospital, the region's oldest hospital, with Grant Hollett, the director for planning for the Vancouver Island Health Authority.

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Khalil Aktar meets Corey Judd, owner of Cabin 12, the downtown Victoria restaurant that faces an uncertain future with plans for redevelopment of the building it rents.

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