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Reconsidering rail, west shore's growing clout, run-of-river future and earthquake detectors

Victoria Councillor Ben Isitt talks about why he's pushing council to reconsider their earlier decision, and redesign the Johnson Street Bridge replacement to accommodate railway service. 
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Dan Spinner of the Westshore Chamber of Commerce discusses what the rapid growth of Langford and neighboring municipalities means for the region and its balance of power. 
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Will the B.C. government's new energy strategy mean the end of independent run-of-river power projects? The Wilderness Committee thinks so; NDP energy critic John Horgan responds.
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Geologist Jeff McGuire explains a new underwater installation off the coast of Vancouver Island to provide real-time information on impending earthquakes and tsunamis.
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