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Snuneymuxw treaty, Liberals' poll plunge, homeless deaths and legalizing pot


Chief Douglas White  talks about the Snuneymuxw First Nation's concerns that the terms of the treaty they signed 157 years ago with James Douglas has not been honoured.

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A warning for Premier Christy Clark: Norman Spector discusses the significance of the latest poll showing B.C. Liberals in second place, and tied with the provincial Conservatives.

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Life and death on the street: Barb McClintock of the BC Coroner's Service and nursing professor Bernie Pauly talk the deaths of homeless people in the region.

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A report out today calls for the legalization of cannabis in Canada. Medical Health Officer Dr. Paul Hasselback talks about why he's among a group of academics,  law officials and health professionals backing the change. 

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