Treating anorexia, oil into biofuel, closing galleries and Christmas between the covers
Amber Foster, shown at a healthy weight (left) and this year (right) is among a dozen adults with eating disorders who say they were discharged from a B.C. Treatment program despite failing health. (CBC)
Too old and too sick: Cindy Dobbe, the founder of a Galiano Island anorexia treatment centre talks about why it is difficult to find help for eating disorder sufferers who don't fit into existing programs.
A new use for your used cooking oil: Brian Roberts, the Executive Director of Cowichan Energy Alternatives, talks about new vegetable oil collection kiosks that are being installed to turn the kitchen waste into biofuels.
Arts journalist Amanda Farrell-Low talks about the closing of three local galleries in Victoria, and what it means for the community's arts scene.
As the holidays loom, the editors of YAM and Boulevard magazines talk about the Christmas-themed features in their current issues.