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Improving Highway 17, rescheduling recess, Burns Lake's loss and aboriginal language app

Intersection, Hwy 17 at Sayward Rd. (Google maps)

A new study has just been announced on how to improve the much-studied Pat Bay Highway. Saanich Mayor Frank Leonard talks about what it is expected to accomplish.
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Taking a break from recess: Saanich Schools Superintendent Keven Elder on the proposal to move recess as a result of the teachers' strike and their withdrawal of recess supervision of students.
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Victoria-Beacon Hill MLA Carole James speaks from Burns Lake about the destruction of the Babine sawmill in an explosion this week and the impact on the community where her husband serves as elected chief of the Burns Lake Indian Band.
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Peter Brand, the Coordinator for First Voices, talks about a new online application that has been created to help First Nations people reconnect with their traditional languages. 
 It's available at firstvoices.com
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