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Sooke French Immersion, raising the "A" word, fostering guide dogs and ferries reaction

Zut alors! Public school enrolment is up on the West Shore, and French Immersion is one of the reasons. Jim Cambridge, the Superintendent of the Sooke School District discusses the trend.
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Victoria councillor Shellie Gudgeon talks about why a newly formed group is hoping to kick start discussion on what do to about our fragmented collected of 13 municipalities.
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A new generation of future guide dogs are looking for homes on the Island. Guest host David Lennam speaks with Liz Roe of Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind, and Marion Harper, who is fostering one of the puppies, before they head off for their formal training.
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Brian Hollingshead of the BC Ferry Advisory Committee responds to the Ferry Commissioner's report on rejuvenating B.C.'s coastal ferry system.  
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