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Tsunami aftermath, political panel and Shawnigan Lake diversion

It's been almost one year since the massive earthquake and tsunami tore through Japan. We talk to a journalist there about how the country has changed since.


The week in politics. We've had the walkout and the day of protest and the war of words continues. Who won? We hear from the political panel.


Water water everywhere, but not a drop to spare. There's a proposal to divert water from Shawnigan Lake. But  one local politician says the lake is already a glass of water with too many straws

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