Empress car-charger, missing women, wheelchair basketball, nearly Nobel and open data.
Tea and crumpets while your electric car charges up. Gregor heads to the front lawn of the Empress Hotel to learn more about a new charging station for electric vehicles.
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As the missing women's commission begins in Vancouver, a Victoria advocate for sex workers talks about whether about whether it can be salvaged from the criticism that has surrounded it.
Reporter Michael Tymchuk tries out Victoria's recreational wheelchair basketball program, which is looking for new participants with or without disabilities.
For more information, check out Victoria Wheelchair Sports, or call 250-418-0489
Gregor speaks with Sebastien Fabro, a Victoria man who helped author a Nobel-prize-winning study on the expanding universe which received this year's award for physics.
Victoria councillor Marianne Alto talks about the purpose and the potential of putting all of the city's data online under her Open Data proposal.