Coast Reporter Radio: Ferry worker abuse, Sechelt tackles homelessness and Beano the Crow

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We’re back with a full crew to talk ferry worker abuse.

Sechelt council has decided to offer bridge funding for the Community Action Team and take other measures to tackle some public concerns about homelessness and drug use in public places.

And we meet Beano, a very unusual crow.

Show Notes:

Our story on the long weekend issues with ferry service on Route 3:

https://www.coastreporter.net/news/local-news/water-taxis-prove-popular-on-difficult-long-weekend-for-ferries-1.23874817

Our story on what Sechelt is doing about issues around homelessness and drug use in public spaces:

https://www.coastreporter.net/news/local-news/sechelt-tackles-homeless-drug-use-issues-1.23877255

Arts writer Rik Jespersen’s story on Oscar Lopez:

https://www.coastreporter.net/entertainment/arts-entertainment/lopez-to-light-up-rockwood-1.23876147

 

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