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Leasing the CPR terminal, leaking oil tanks, revisiting a crisis and rallying for legal aid

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Journalist and UVic writing instructor Sean Holman discusses questions surrounding the Provincial Capital Commission and the competing bidders to rent the PCC-owned CPR Steamship Terminal on Victoria's harbourfront.


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Kelsey Wiedner talks about the trouble with old oil tanks that remain buried and often forgotten in back yards on the Island. The problem became a nightmare for one Saanich homeowner last week when more than 1,000 litres of heating oil leaked from an underground pipe and ended up in Swan and Colquitz Creeks.

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What happens to a First Nations crisis after the media goes home? Bob Chamberlin, the chief of the Kwicksutaineuk/Ah'Kwaw'Ah'Mish First Nation talks about what has changed in his community of the north coast of Vancouver Island, seven years after their mouldy houses and undrinkable water made the national news. 

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Paul Pearson of the Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia discusses the dispute over legal aid spending and today's planned rally at courthouses around the province.

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