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Safety for stoners, Port Hardy E.R., Community Living and disabilities at work

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SFU professor and addictions researcher Benedikt Fischer talks about proposed new  public health guidelines for marijuana users.

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After years of intermittent closures, the Vancouver Island Health Authority has a new plan to keep Port Hardy's emergency room staffed all the time. Mayor Bev Parnham discusses the plan.

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Faith Bodnar, the head the BC Association for Community Living, discusses the state of the backlog in services for people with developmental disabilities, following the announcement of an $8.9-million increase in funding.

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Erin Davis of the Disability Resource Centre discusses how training for employers can help reduce the barriers to employment for people with disabilities. 

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