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Flu Fatality, Amazing Ice Rescue, Goodbye to Stick Shift

A woman in young middle age dies from the H1N1 flu in New Brunswick. An amazing rescue after a hiker falls through the ice in Cape Breton. A swan song for the manual transmission ... we take your calls on whether the stick shift is dead. And more of your views on the old fashioned doorknob. 
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