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Trading places with the homeless and creating a downtown free wifi network

Richard LeBlanc, executive director of Woodwynn Farms and founder of the Creating Homefulness Society,  talks about why he is living in a van and giving up his home to a homeless man. 

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Liam McLachlan with the MeshMesh project talks about how a group of volunteers with cooperation from local businesses is creating a free downtown wifi network in Victoria. 

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