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Preventing a coastal oil spill and the Friday political panel

It's one of the worst disasters our coastline has seen. But 23 years after the Exxon Valdez oil spill -- have we learned our lesson? With oil tanker traffic along Vancouver Island expected to double soon, conservationists says no. We talk to  Misty MacDuffee with the Raincoast Conservation Foundation.


Our political panel joins us with the latest on the  teachers labour dispute. We'll also talk about the by-election that were announced yesterday in two B.C. ridings

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