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Living with cougars, honouring Campbell, Lyme Liberation treatment and memorial trees

Cougar on Catface Mountain near Tofino  (Ron Wilson)

UVic environmental studies professor Eric Higgs says cougars and other big predators in our backyard are the price of having local wilderness areas.

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With the protest over former Premier Gordon Campbell's Order of British Columbia award, the former chief of protocol for the Province of Saskatchewan talks about how other provinces choose honourable citizens.

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Could a controversial procedure to open blocked neck veins help people with chronic Lyme disease? Gregor speaks with a Victoria mother and her daughter who went to California for treatment.

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Forester Ray Travers explains why planned memorial trees at Victoria High School are drawing some questions from a veterans group.

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