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Rejecting Oak Bay Lodge, reviving the waterfront, banning anonymity and poaching deer

In a vote that split the council, Oak Bay has rejected a proposal for an expanded facility for seniors with dementia. Khalil speaks with outgoing mayor Christopher Causton, who supported the proposal. 

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As the Provincial Capital Commission considers bids for leasing the historic CPR terminal on the waterfront, Victoria businessman Matt MacNeil makes his case for a comprehensive plan for revitalizing the city's Inner Harbour. 

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 What's in a name? Well, one B.C. newspaper chain thinks making people use their real ones is the key to cleaning up abusive online comments. Black Press journalist Tom Fletcher talks about the move. 

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B.C. Conservation Officer Peter Pauwels  talks about the problem of  poachers who are illegally hunting deer  in urban areas of Victoria. 

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