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Safe consumption, Clean Farm and African school

Children in Kubian in front of their school - built with donations from a Shawnigan Lake arts group. 

Dr. Patty Daly, the top doctor for Vancouver's Coastal Health Authority, talks about options for safe consumption sites following the Supreme Court of Canada Victory for Insite.

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Cleaning up old farms: Khalil finds out about an initiative to collect out-of-date farm chemicals on Vancouver Island.

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School was IN for the first time starting today in a small West African community - thanks to the efforts of a Shawnigan-Lake based arts group. Lynn Weaver talks about the Matoto project.

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