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Labelling pipeline critics, UVic break-in, opposing a cull and Courtenay councillors' warning

 Emma Gilchrist of Victoria's Dogwood Initiative responds to the federal government's description of pipeline opponents as radicals  funded by foreign special interest groups.
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University of Victoria vice president Gayle Gorrill talks about the theft of personal and financial information for thousands of UVic employees in a weekend break-in, and how the university is responding. 
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Another voice in the debate over controlling urban deer populations on the south Island. Stephanie Bell is the Associate Director of Cruelty Investigations with PETA: she responds to proponents of a cull of deer by luring them to a cage and killing them with a  bolt gun.
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Is someone trying to intimidate politicians in the Comox Valley? Reporter Philip Round of the Comox Valley Record discusses mysterious letters sent recently to three Courtenay city councillors.
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