Maritime Noon | Oct 16, 2013 | 53:26

PEI Pension Changes, Breast Cancer: Genetic Testing and Reconstruction

PEI announces sweeping changes to government pensions - and the unions respond. A conversation about genetic testing for breast cancer, mastectomies, and reconstruction. Plus, two New Brunswickers describe their encounters with black bears.

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