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Treating anorexia, oil into biofuel, closing galleries and Christmas between the covers


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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. 

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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.

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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.

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As the holidays loom, the editors of YAM and Boulevard magazines talk about the Christmas-themed features in their current issues. 

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