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Homeless gifts, Kokish river hydro, carolling's decline and Hanukkah stories

Dan Hickman talks about  the Homeless Partners wishlist and how Victoria residents are helping meet the Christmas wishes of Victoria's poorest residents.

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Gwen Barlee of the Wilderness Committee talks about concerns that the unusual fish habitat  of the Kokish River, about 15 kilometres east of Port McNeill, will be destroyed by a controversial hydro-electric project that has received approval by BC's Environmental Assessment Office.

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Is the tradition of Christmas carol singing coming to an end? St. Andrew's Principal and choir conductor Keefer Pollard talks about what's lost when we don't sing together.

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As Victoria's Jewish community marks the start of Hanukkah: Shoshana Litman, who is an ordained Jewish storyteller, talks about the significance of the celebration.
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