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Campers' rights, palliative care, online haberdashery and talking about teen suicide

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Lawyer Catherine Boies-Parker talks about whether the city can enforce it's anti-camping bylaw on the protest in Centennial Square. She is one of the lawyers who successfully challenged the city's outright camping ban three years ago.

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Dr. David May talks about the efforts and challenges of improving palliative care in Powell River and other small communities. 

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Your suit is in the mail - Kyle Vucko, the founder of the online suit maker Indochino, discusses the growth of the company that was started by two UVic business grads.

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Ashley Anness talks about creating a facebook group called Comox Valley Suicide Awareness in response to the deaths of several teens in the Comox Valley and efforts to start a discussion about the often hidden problem.

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