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RCMP harassment, Victoria trash talk, new Ferries boss and questioning food banks

    Former RCMP constables Janet Merlo and Krista Carle talk about the latest developments in the force's response to allegations of harassment of female officers in B.C. They both live on the Island and say they also experienced harrassment within the force. 

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Residents of Victoria are being surveyed this month for their opinions on options for pickup of  trash and kitchen scraps.  Don Sutton, the vice president of CUPE Local 50, talks about why the union is urging residents to support their preferred - and most expensive - option. 

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Gregor speaks with Mike Corrigan who has just been announced as the next CEO of BC Ferry Services. He is replacing David Hahn, who leaves at the end of this year, and taking a pay cut along with the promotion.

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A multi-faith group called Faith In Action is holding a public forum in the new year that will look at the role of food banks, and whether they alleviate hunger. or perpetuate it. Gregor discusses the question with Graham Riches, one of the speakers who is the former Director of UBC's School of Social Work

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