Politics continues in a pandemic as MPs meet virtually for the first time and all the media wants to talk about are the views of each MP’s home that we got a glimpse at. Then we look at the steps various (non-BC) provinces have announced to reopen their societies. Finally, there’s a new study out looking at the costs of restoring the old Island Rail tracks from Victoria to Port Alberni and Courtenay.

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Segment 1: Politics in Lockdown

Note: After we recorded, it came out that the Wet’suwet’en elected council is strongly objecting to the MoU. We’ll take a closer look next week.

Segment 2: Ending the lockdown

Segment 3: Malahat a choo choo

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