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The Voluntary Resource Centre's Furnace Problems


pe-si-marieburge[1].jpgWhen you're the group that advocates for others in their time of need, who do you turn to, in your time of need?

The Cooper Institute is one of several NGOs who rent space in the Voluntary Resource Centre, an old and, truth be told, somewhat run-down building on Prince Street in Charlottetown.

 The building's furnace broke down.

The Cooper Institute is leading the fundraising campaign to pay for the new one, which was installed a few days ago.

Guest Host Kerry Campbell spoke with the Cooper Institute's Marie Burge .

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