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A Dalhousie double

Marshall Button

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First, in his Marshall Arts report, Dalhousie native Marshall Button chats about artisan villages that are popping up all over the city and the region. Then, he joins the conversation with Mina Sanders, from the Dalhousie Recreaplex where she's been swimming with ther sisters to raise thousands for the local SPCA. Left to right are Irma Hachey, Norma Andersen and Mina Sanders. (photo contributed)

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