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Seafood fraud, Campbell River tax dilemma and losing the fat battle

We hear from a local business that has started DNA testing its seafood imports to make sure consumers are getting the fish they pay for.

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Falling short at Elk Falls. Property value of the former pulp and paper mill in Campbell River has plummeted. So will the city have to raise taxes to make up for it? We talk to the mayor.

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Fighting the fat often feels like a losing battle. A look at why the odds are stacked against us when it comes to losing weight.

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