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Ferry CEO resigns, Houston's Smart Meters, creating YIMBY-ism and saving marmots

BC Ferries will soon have a new captain. David Hahn talks about leaving his job as CEO at the end of the year. 

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Houston doesn't  have a problem - with smart meters: Floyd LeBlanc, a vice president with utility company CenterPoint Energy, about that 
city's experience and with the switch to the wi-fi electrical usage readers.

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Darcie Bennett of Pivot Legal Society in Vancouver talks about a campaign to try to change 'not in my backyard'  attitudes about social services such as needle exchanges.
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The Toronto and Calgary zoos have received an award from their peers for their efforts in bringing these mountain rodents back from the brink of extinction. Gregor gets an update on the status of the Vancouver Island marmot from Maria Frank, the curator of mammals at the Toronto Zoo.

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