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Noise pollution disrupting whales and previewing Legislature's to-do list

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Following concerns about the effect of navy sonar on orcas, Paul Spong at Orcalab discusses about how noise pollution affects marine mammals and what kinds of noises are most harmful.
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British Columbia's MLAs return to the capital tomorrow to resume the legislative session. Ida Chong, the minister of Community, Sport and Cultural Development talks about what's on the government's agenda.
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