Sharing the Square, reviving canoe culture, farm dumping and retooling sawmills
Tyrone Marshall, the co-ordinator of Tseshaht Recreation, talks about the tradition of long dug-out canoes and how his Port Alberni first nation wants to rebuild their culture of carving and paddling.
What's in the fill? Lana Popham, the NDP Agriculture critic, raises concerns about what exactly is being dumped on agricultural land such as the former Babe's Honey farm.
Western Forest Products vice-chair Lee Doney explains why the company is making a $200 million investment in Island sawmills to make BC lumber a better fit for the Asian market.