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Zinck Future, Veterans' Food, Whistling

All three political parties in Nova Scotia are calling for the resignation of MLA Trevor Zinck, who pleaded guilty to charges of fraud and breach of trust. But Zinck wants to stay on in the legislature.
A Pictou, Nova Scotia man has been fighting for better food quality for hospitalized veterans. He's waiting on a provincial announcement today. And we celebrate whistling, and hear you whistle your favourite tunes


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