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Energy policy praised, tracking wild salmon, needle-sharing and Nanaimo's Black history

Gwen Barlee of the  Wilderness Committtee talks about why she thinks B.C.'s new energy strategy, including three proposed Liquified Natural Gas plants in Kitimat, could be good news for B.C. rivers.
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Playing tag with fish: Oceanographer and marine biologist David Welch says it might be possible to understand the impact of aquaculture on wild fish by tagging and tracking the movements of wild salmon.
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UVic researcher Andrew Ivsins discusses new research that shows the sharing of needles among Victoria's intravenous drug users has risen dramatically, along with the risk of disease, since the closing of the city's only fixed needle exchange in 2008.
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Shaleema Gantt, President of the Nanaimo African Heritage Society, discusses some of the people whose stories are featured in a exhibition at the Nanaimo Museum, celebrating Black History Month.
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