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BC Today is where British Columbians connect on issues facing their lives and their community. Every week day at noon PT and 1pm MT, BC Today host Michelle Eliot delves into the top story for the province in a vibrant, interactive hour of conversation, in which listeners are invited to have their say on the open line and on social media.

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NOV. 13, 2018 Family doctor shortage. Wildfires in California and B.C.

Dr. Caroline Wang, a family doctor, and president of the Coalition for Better Health Care Society. Sarrah Storey, the mayor of Fraser Lake, and Brent Ward, co-director of the Centre for Natural Hazards Research in Simon Fraser University's Earth Sciences Department.

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NOV. 12, 2018. Concussions and brain health in sports. Master Gardener Brian Minter.

Dr. William Panenka, medical director at UBC's Neuropsychiatry Concussion Clinic, and Pete Zubersky, general manager of the Peninsula Panthers Juniour B hockey team, on concussions and brain health in sports. Master Gardener Brian Minter on winter gardening and porch plants.

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NOV. 9, 2018 Remembrance Day

Jim Kempling, a retired colonel in the Canadian Armed Forces, Mark Campbell, a retired major in the Canadian Armed Forces, and Carla-Jean Stokes, curator at the Historic O'Keefe Ranch.

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NOV. 8, 2018 Electoral reform debate. Podcasts

Gerald Baier, an associate professor of political science at the University of British Columbia. Selina Crammond, director of programming for the DOXA festival which produces the Vancouver Podcast Festival, and Lindsay Michael, co-host and producer of the CBC's Podcast Playlist.

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NOV. 7, 2018 U.S. midterm election results. Dogs on hiking trails.

Paul Quirk, a professor of political Science and coordinator of the U.S. Studies program at the University of British Columbia, and Niambi Carter, an assistant professor of political science at Howard University. Jeff Fitzpatrick, Metro Vancouver's regional parks manager for the west area, and Chris Ludwig, the B.C. Mountaineering Club's incoming president.

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NOV. 6, 2018 U.S. midterm election. Proportional representation questions answered.

Steven Weldon, an associate professor in political science at Simon Fraser University. Rebecca Penz, director of communications at Elections BC, and Daniel Westlake, an instructor in political science at the University of Victoria.

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NOV 5. 2018. Proportional representation.

CBC municipal reporter Justin McElroy and UBC political scientist Richard Johnston on proportional representation systems.

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NOV. 2 2018. Bad weather driving. Daylight Saving Time.

Sam Tremblay, owner of Tremblay Motors, and Dave Hey, former RCMP Traffic Services member and owner of Bison Motorcycle Safety Consultants on driving and car maintenance during bad weather. Gwen Johansson, Mayor of Hudson's Hope, and Glenn Landry, sleep consultant, on daylight saving time.

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NOV. 1, 2018. ICBC penalty changes. Language barriers to health care.

Steve Wallace, owner of Wallace Driving School, and criminal lawyer Paul Doroshenko on ICBC penalty changes. Frank Cohn, executive director of the Vancouver Association for Survivors of Torture on language barriers to health care.

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OCT. 31, 2018 Goodbye Greyhound. Ghost stories.

Taylor Bachrach, mayor of Smithers, and Garland Chow, an transportation economist, Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia. Barbara Smith, author of Great Canadian Ghost Stories: Legendary Tales of Hauntings from Coast to Coast.

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OCT. 30, 2018 Flu shots. Electoral reform.

Andre Picard, health columnist for the Globe and Mail, and Dr. Dee Hoyano, a medical health officer for Island Health and a communicable disease specialist. Grace Lore, a lecturer in political science at the University of Victoria.

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OCT. 29, 2018. Social media policing. Preparing your home for winter.

Dalhousie University law professor Robert Currie on policing social media. Morgan Jensen, owner of JBS Home Improvement, and Peter Sundberg, executive director of City Green Solutions on preparing your home for winter and saving money on your heating bill.

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OCT. 26, 2018 Assessing health and wellness information. Gardener Brian Minter.

Dr. Maryam Zeineddin, medical and doctor on the Early Edition's women's health columnist, and Timothy Caulfield, author of Is Gwyneth Paltrow Wrong About Everything? Brian Minter, Master Gardener and owner of Minter Country Garden in Chilliwack.

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OCT. 25, 2018 Political discourse. Used treasures.

Robin Prest, acting executive director of Simon Fraser University's Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, and Rob Shaw, a legislative columnist for the Vancouver Sun. Inness Campbell, Vancouver Public Library's manager of collections and technical services, Simone Vogel-Horridge. art conservator and collector of things, and Wayne Meadows, a vintage corkscrew collector.

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OCT. 24, 2018 Debt management. Bear encounters.

Jacqueline Hansen, a senior CBC business reporter, and Stacy Yanchuk Oleksy, director of education at the Credit Counselling Society. Frank Ritcey, senior provincial WildSafeBC coordinator.

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OCT. 23, 2018 Electoral reform: proportional representation or first past the post

Shachi Kurl, executive director of the Angus Reid Institute, and Richard Johnston, Canada Research Chair in Public Opinion, Elections, and Representation.

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OCT. 22, 2018 Civic election results

CBC reporters from bureaus across B.C. including Justin McElroy, Megan Thomas, Andrew Kurjata and Josh Pagé recap civic election results.

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OCT. 19, 2018 Choosing who to vote for. B.C. beers.

Gerald Baier, an associate professor of political science at the University of British Columbia. Paul Pyne, a B.C. Beer Awards judge, craft beer consultant at Drink Smarter and certified cicerone.

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OCT. 18, 2018 Earthquake preparation. Fall photography

John Cassidy, seismologist with Natural Resources Canada. Liron Gertsman, an award-winning 18-year-old wildlife photographer, and Ethan Hugh, a Vancouver resident who posts on Instagram at myvancouverlife.

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OCT. 17, 2018 Marijuana legalization day.

Brady Strachan, a CBC reporter in Kamloops, Dr. Evan Wood, director of the B.C. Centre on Substance Use, Jon Hernandez, a CBC reporter in Vancouver, Kirk Tousaw, a lawyer and cannabis policy-reform advocate, Benedikt Fischer, a senior scientist at the senior scientist for the Institute for Mental Health Policy Research at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.

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OCT. 16, 2018 Legal marijuana and the workplace. Technology and seniors.

Tom Brocklehurst, director of prevention practices and quality for WorkSafeBC, Richard Truscott, B.C. vice-president for the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, and Leslie Whittaker, an employment lawyer with Boughton Law. David Kaufman. professor of education and gerontology at Simon Fraser University.

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OCT. 15, 2018 Encouraging young people to vote in municipal elections.

Carey Doberstein, an assistant professor of political science at UBC Okanagan, and Paula Tran, a first-time voter in municipal elections, a UBC Okanagan student and the UBC Okanagan Student Union's vice-president of external affairs.

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OCT. 12, 2018 On the cusp on becoming homeless. Gardener Brian Minter.

Penny Gurstein, the director of the University of British Columbia's Housing Research Collaborative and co-author of the report No Vacancy. and Jeremy Hunka, a spokesperson for the Union Gospel Mission, that was also involved in putting together in that report. Master Gardener Brian Minter offer gardening tips and advice.

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OCT. 11, 2018 Reducing natural gas consumption. Halloween fun.

David Claus, assistant director of facilities management af the University of Northern B.C., Shell Busey, a home improvement consultant, and Arman Mottaghi, Vancouver operation director for the B.C. Sustainable Energy Association. Heather Pescada, a Summerland resident and creator of skeleton scenes outside her house, and Deborah Lawless, district coordinator for Halloween Alley who runs the store in Kelowna.

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OCT. 10, 2018 Pipeline explosion. Highway speed limits. Foraging food.

Andrew Kurjata, a CBC reporter based in Prince George, on the explosion at the Enbridge natural gas pipeline nearby. Sandy James, a former planner with the City of Vancouver, and Gordon Lovegrove, an associate professor of engineering at the University of British Columbia's Okanagan campus who studied the impact of increasing speed limits along some B.C. highways in 2014. Bill Jones, author of The Deerholme Foraging Book.

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OCT. 9, 2018 Municipal election issues.

Justin McElroy, a CBC reporter who is covering municipal elections around Metro Vancouver, Megan Thomas, a CBC reporter who has been watching races on Vancouver Island, Andrew Kurjata, a CBC reporter and producer based in Prince George, covering municipal elections in northern B.C., and Chris Walker, the host of CBC's Daybreak South in Kelowna.

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OCT. 5, 2018. Getting youth away from gangs. Thanksgiving traditions.

Alison Gutrath, community coordinator of Abbotsford Community Services' In It Together program. Chef Andrew George Jr, chef, instructor, and author of Modern Native Feasts and A Feast For All Seasons.

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OCT. 4, 2018 Brett Kavanaugh investigation reaction. Managing video games.

Lauren Dobson-Hughes, an advocate for gender, health and rights. Dr. Shimi Kang, psychiatrist, parenting expert and author of The Dolphin Parent: A Parent's Guide to Raising Healthy, Happy and Self-Motivated Kids, and Michael Medley, founder of the UBC eSports Association, consultant in the eSports industry and a former competitive swimmer and swim coach.

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OCT. 3, 2018 Trans Mountain Indigenous consultation. Winter driving.

Merle Alexander. an Indigenous resource lawyer with Miller Titerle, Reuben George, manager of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation's Sacred Trust, and Ernie Crey, Chief of Cheam First Nation and co-chair of the Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee. Kurtis Strelau, director of education for Young Drivers of Canada.

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OCT. 2, 2018 LNG Canada's northern B.C. project: environmental and economic impacts

Ian Bruce, science and policy director with the David Suzuki Foundation, Karen Ogen-Toews, CEO of the First nations LNG Alliance of B.C., Marc Lee, a senior economist at the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives' B.C. office, and Dan Baxter, policy director for the B.C. Chamber of Commerce

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OCT. 1, 2018 UBCMA, the new NAFTA. $40B LNG in B.C.?

Keith Head, a professor of international trade at the University of British Columbia's Sauder School of Business. Merran Smith, executive director of Clean Energy Canada, Philip Cross, a senior research fellow at Resource Works, and Phil Germuth, mayor of Kitimat.

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SEPT. 28, 2018 Tent cities. Gardener Brian Minter.

Megan Thomas, a CBC reporter in Victoria, and Doug King, executive director of the Together Against Poverty Society, on tent cities. Master Gardener Brian Minter, owner of Minter Country Garden, answers your gardening questions.

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SEPT. 27, 2018 Brett Kavanaugh hearing. Money laundering in B.C. real estate.

Rachel Bitecofer, assistant director of the Wason Center for Public Policy at Christopher Newport University. Garry Clement, a financial crime expert, former national director of the RCMP's Proceeds of Crime Branch, and now head of the Clement Advisory Group.

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SEPT. 26, 2018 Rental housing, beyond the increase cap. Importance of trees.

David Hulchanski, a housing and community development professor at the University of Toronto who was an urban planning professor at the University of British Columbia in the 1980s. Stephen Sheppard, a forest resources management and landscape architecture professor at UBC.

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SEPT. 25, 2018 Municipal election financing. Binge-worthy television.

Dermod Travis, executive director of Integrity B.C. Lisa Christiansen, the CBC's TV on the Radio columnist.

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SEPT. 24, 2018 B.C. rent increase formula. Staying healthy as you age.

Spencer Chandra Herbert, chair of the B.C. Rental Housing Task Force and NDP MLA for Vancouver-West End, Paul Lagace, a poverty law advocate who works at the Prince Rupert Unemployment Action Centre, and David Hutniak, CEO of Landlord B.C. Joyce Resin, host and organizer of 55 and Up! forums.

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SEPT. 21, 2019 Federal government's Trans Mountain plan. Rainy weather motor vehicle maintenance.

Elizabeth May, leader of the Green Party of Canada and MP for Saanich - Gulf Islands, and Bob Chamberlin, vice-president of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs. Sam Tremblay, owner of Tremblay Motors.

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SEPT. 20, 2018 Proposed ban on handguns

Christian Leuprecht, a security expert and professor at Royal Military College of Canada and Queen's University, and Mario Canseco, president of Research Co.

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SEPT. 19, 2018 Managing household debt

Matt Fabian, director of financial services research and consulting for TransUnion Canada, Scott Hannah, president and CEO of the Credit Counselling Society.

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SEPT. 18, 2018 Available, affordable, quality child care

Anita Bathe, a CBC reporter, Sharon Gregson, spokesperson for the Coalition of Child Care Advocates of B.C., and Meagan Brame, owner-operator of the Saxe Point Day Care and an Esquimalt township councillor.

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SEPT. 17, 2018 One month to legal marijuana

Dana Larsen, a cannabis activist and dispensary director, Kirk Tousaw, a lawyer and cannabis policy-reform advocate, and Ken Christian, mayor of Kamloops.

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SEPT. 14, 2018 Measles vaccination. Gardener Brian Minter.

Dr. John Harding, a medical health officer for Vancouver Coastal Health. Master Gardener Brian Minter answers your gardening questions.

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SEPT. 9, 2018 Loneliness, social isolation and modern life.

Kevin McCort, president and CEO of the Vancouver Foundation, Mohamed Ehab, co-founder of Changemakers Vancouver, and Andrew Wister, director of the Gerontology Research Centre at Simon Fraser University.

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SEPT. 12, 2018 J50 and saving endangered species

Andy Thomson, regional director of fisheries management branch in the department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Tara Martin, a conservation scientist and professor in UBC's faculty of forestry, and Jason Colby, a professor of environmental and international history at the University of Victoria and author of Orca: How We Came to Know and Love the Ocean's Greatest Predator.

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SEPT. 11, 2018 Low municipal voter turnout. Snow in northeastern B.C.

Justin McElroy, the CBC's civic affairs reporter, Frances Bula, a civic affairs blogger and contributor to the Globe and Mail, Megan Dias, who has Masters Degree in Political Science from UBC and does work for UBC's Centre for the Study of Democratic Institutions, and Janet Prestley, the Chief Election Officer for Fort St. John. Environment Canada meteorologist Lisa Erven and Jenna Dixon in Fort Nelson.

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SEPT. 10, 2018 B.C. rent increase. Marrisa Shen update.

Russ Godfrey, a former employee of the Tenant Resource and Advisory Centre and the Residential Tenancy Branch of the B.C. government, David Hutniak, CEO of Landlord BC, and Karen Sawatzky, chair of the City of Vancouver's Renters Advisory Committee. CBC reporter Yvette Brend.

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SEPT. 7, 2018 Cellphones in classrooms.

Chris Schneider, an associate professor of sociology at Brandon University and former teacher at UBC, Tim Cleves, a Victoria parent of a child who went to Central Middle School during their cellphone ban, and Darren Laur, a social media educator and retired Victoria police officer.

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SEPT. 6, 2018 Federal funding for B.C.'s overdose crisis

Judy Darcy, B.C.'s minister of mental health and addiction, Marshall Smith, chair of the B.C. Recovery Council, and Gregor Robertson, mayor of Vancouver.

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SEPT. 5, 2018 Lawsuit launched to protect southern resident orca

Dyna Tuytel, a staff lawyer at Ecojustice, and Andrew Trites, director of the Marine Mammal Research Unit at the University of British Columbia.

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SEPT. 4, 2018 Back to school: Improvements and advice

Glen Hansman, president of the B.C. Teachers' Federation, Neha Shivhare, a visiting scholar at Simon Fraser University's Faculty of Education, and Ann Douglas, a regular CBC weekend parenting columinstand author of Parenting Through the Storm: How to Handle the Highs, the Lows and Everything in Between.

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AUG. 31, 2018 North American Free Trade Agreement, deal or no deal?

Professor of international trade at the Sauder School of Business with the University of British Columbia, Keith Head, B.C. Dairy Association Chairman and Vancouver Island-based dairy farmer, Dave Taylor, Managing Director of the Macdonald-Laurier Institute, Brian Lee Crowley.

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AUG. 30, 2018 Federal Court of Appeal quashes Trans Mountain pipeline project

Canadian lawyer and the author of Native Law, Jack Woodward, manager of the Sacred Trust, Reuben George, Chief of the Whispering of Pines First Nation, Mike LeBourdais, president of the Progressive Contractors Association of Canada, Paul de Jong, West Coast Environmental Law staff lawyer, Eugene Kung.

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AUG. 29, 2018 Opioid lawsuit

The British Columbia government is suing drug companies to recoup costs related to the opioid overdose crisis. Minister for Mental Health and Addictions, Judy Darcy, director of the Canadian Drug Policy Coalition at SFU, Donald Macpherson, CBC reporter Yvette Brend, lawyer and lecturer of drug policy at the University of Ottawa.

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AUG. 28, 2018 Canada and the NAFTA negotiations

James Brander, an economics professor at the University of British Columbia's Sauder School of Business, and Dan Baxter, the policy director for the B.C. Chamber of Commerce.

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AUG. 27, 2018 Wildfire prevention

Co-author, of "Addressing the New Normal: 21st Century Disaster Management in British Columbia", George Abbott, Director of Professional Practice & Forest Stewardship with the Association of B.C. Forest Professionals, Michael Larock, Fire ecologist with R.W. Gray Consulting, Robert W Gray.

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AUG. 24, 2018 Campfire bans during B.C. wildfire seasons.

CBC producer and columnist Ash Kelly, Mt. Waddington's Outdoors, Sam Waddington, Fire Information Officer with the BC Wildfire Service, Kyla Fraser.

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AUG. 23, 2018 Brain Minter takes all your garden questions

Brian Minter of Minter Country Garden in Chilliwack takes questions from across British Columbia about gardening.

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AUG. 22, 2018 The politics behind B.C.'s wildfire crisis

Professor of political science at the University of British Columbia, Kathryn Harrison, associate professor of political science at the University of the Fraser Valley, Hamish Telford, sociology professor with the University of British Columbia, David Tindall.

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AUG. 21, 2018 Thousands are under evacuation orders or alerts, but some are refusing to leave.

Fraser Lake resident, Kim Watt-Senner, assistant deputy minister of emergency management B.C., Chris Duffy, retired fire researcher with the Canadian Forest Service, Timothy Lynham.

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AUG. 20, 2018 Impacts of smoke on mental and physical health

CBC reporter Andrew Kurjata, executive director, Canadian Mental Health Association, Julia Payson, respirologist at St. Paul's Hospital and the director for the Heart and Lung Innovation Center, Don Sin, Provincial Health Officer, Ministry of Health, Bonnie Henry.

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AUG. 17, 2018 B.C.'s ongoing wildfire crisis

B.C. Chief Fire Information Officer Kevin Skrepnek, mayor of Kimberly Don McCormick, Chilliwack fire ecologist Robert Gray, Nadleh Emergency Operations Center information lead, Miranda Louie, CBC reporter Wil Fundal.

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AUG. 16, 2018 Camp Cloud excavated, protesters arrested

CBC reporter Yvette Brend, B.C. environmentalist Tzeporah Berman, former police accountability lawyer Doug King, former commanding officer, crowd control unit, Vancouver Police Department, Kash Heed and executive director of Resource Works Society, Stewart Muir.

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AUG. 15, 2018 B.C.'s wildfire state of emergency

CBC reporter Andrew Kurjata, B.C. Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth, Burns Lake acting mayor Charlie Rensby, Fraser Lake Mayor Dwayne Lindstrom and Environment Canada meteorologist Matt MacDonald.

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