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Rail splinter group, tsunami debris and the Political Panel

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Jack Peake talks about why he formed a new group to push for improvements to rail service on Vancouver Island, and why he's now critical of the Island Corridor Foundation, which he co-founded.

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Tofino Mayor Perry Schmunk  talks about why he thinks debris from the Japanese tsunami is already washing up on west coast beaches, and how the town plans to deal with it.  

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As another year in politics draws to a close, the political panel looks at the death of the Kyoto climate accord and the NDP's new confidence.

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