Evolution book, residential school compensation, defending smart meters and counting sea lions
Victoria-based author Daniel Loxton talks about being unable to find a U.S. publisher for a children's book on evolution. The book was eventually published in Canada and just won a prestigious award.
Richard Watts, a support worker with the Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council, talks about the deadline for applications to get financial compensation for a generation of people forced into the residential school system.
BC Hydro spokesperson Fiona Taylor responds to concerns raised about alleged Smart Meter health risks and costs.
Andrew Trites, the director of the Marine Mammal Research Unit at the University of British Columbia, responds to claims that fish farms are killing many more sea lions and harbour seals because their populations are exploding.