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Bridge update, the Boomer burden, Romeo Saganash and Alberta anorexia treatment


An update on the status of the John Street Bridge project  from Mike Lai, the Johnson Street Bridge project director.
 
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A wave of baby boomers are set to retire next year, but does that mean a "grey tsunami" is about to hit B.C.'s health care system? MLA Norm Letnick talks about the BC legislative committee he chairs, which is looking into its implications on health care needs in the province.

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He knows four languages, negotiates treaties, defends rights, and was elected as a Quebec Member of Parliament. Gregor speaks with Romeo Saganash about why he thinks he's still having trouble being seen as a "serious" candidate for the federal New Democratic Party leadership. 

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After several attempts at treating her anorexia in B.C., Amber Foster of Comox  speaks with CBC Reporter James Hees about how she is hoping the eating disorders program at the University of Alberta hospital in Edmonton can save her life.

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