Island Morning | Nov 15, 2013 | 17:07

Throne Speech, Pensions and Selling Crowbush

Publisher Paul MacNeill and Lawyers Jordan Brown and Margaret Anne Walsh make up the Island Morning Political Panel. They discuss the Provincial government's latest pension reform proposals, the sale of Crowbush and the Speech from the Throne.

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