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Defending CLBC, tracking microplastics, hospital on wheels and Alberni homeless plan scrapped

Doug Woollard, a  vice president  for Community Living British Columbia, responds to concerns about the availability and funding of services for people with developmental disabilities.

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Marine researcher Julie Masura  discusses new research into the amount of synthetic debris floating in our Island  waters.

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We step inside a hospital on wheels that can be deployed to a major disaster or emergency.  Gregor gets the tour with  Leanna Appleton, clinical operations director of the province's Mobile Medical Unit.

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Consultant Myron Jesperson explains why an advocacy group in Port Alberni has scrapped plans to house homeless in a building on Argyle Street.

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