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Homes for Comox's homeless, Denman ferry, bottle battle and Canada's climate commitment

Tom Grant of the Dawn to Dawn non-profit group in the Comox Valley says the best way to help the homeless is to find them a home. He talks about their work and its challenges. 

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Richard Goode, the president of the BC Ferry and Marine Workers Union, talks about what will be lost if BC Ferries finds a private operator to run its proposed cable ferry on the Denman Island to Buckley Bay route. 

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Who exactly is cashing in the deposits on your blue box bottles and cans? Reporter Jason Proctor takes a look at the battle for recyclables, and why some binners want the more fortunate to back off. 

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Canada is in the hot seat in Durban, South Africa this week and next at the UN climate change conference. Federal Environment Minister Peter Kent says his government won't make a second commitment to the Kyoto Protocol. UVic climate scientist Andrew Weaver shares his perspective.

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