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Sealing out seals, Ecole Polytechnique, crematorium criticism and oil tankers

 Ian Roberts of Marine Harvest  on the company's installation of huge new nets to keep the seals and sea lions out of their fish farm pens as an alternative to killing them.

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Dianne de Champlain of the Victoria Women's Transition House talks about violence against women here in Victoria, on the 22nd anniversary of  the Ecole Polytechnique killings of 14 female engineering students. 

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People in the Cowichan Valley are wondering how a commercial crematorium managed to set up shop in violation of local zoning regulations. Loren Duncan, a director for the Cowichan Valley Regional District, and Dave Johal of the Cowichan Valley Khalsa Diwan society, talk about how the wood-burning crematorium operated by members of the local Sikh community was replaced by H.W. Wallace Cremation and Burial Services. 

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Are more oil tankers on the horizon for the Juan de Fuca Strait?  Sheila Malcolmson, the chair of the Islands Trust, talks about the concerns of a coalition of local governments and First Nations, following a ruling by the National Energy Board.

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