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Construction forecast brightens, challenging suicide laws and adults in the children's ward

There are brighter days in the forecast for B.C.'s construction industry according to construction industry analyst Mark Casaletto, Vice President of Reed Construction Data. 

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With the debate over assisted suicide back before the courts, Gregor speaks with  Chris Considine,  the lawyer who took the issue to the Supreme Court of Canada back in the 1990s.

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NDP health critic  Mike Farnworth responds to concerns about adults - including one with a C Dificile infection - being placed in the children's ward at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital.

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