Alberta at Noon | Sep 23, 2013 | 48:12

Monday September 23, 2013

A new documentary about protecting the Ross Sea in Antarctica, the Edmonton International Film Festival, and Ken Coates talks about the value of a university education and takes call from listeners.

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