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Mt. Douglas stormwater, vets' tough transition and remembering World War One

The Reverend George Oliver Fallis, leaves for World War One (British Columbia Archives)

Bob Bridgeman of the Friends of Mt. Doug Park talks about his groups call for  better storm water management to protect  salmon stocks in Douglas Creek and stop pollutants from washing up on public beaches.

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Tim Black, a UVic psychology professor, talks about new research on the challenges facing military vets making the transition to civilian life.

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Jim Kempling, a UVic history graduate student and a retired Colonel, discusses the fading public memory of Canada's experience in World War 1. 

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