Maritime Noon | Jul 12, 2013 | 53:32

Citizenship Oath, Your Feedback, Gardening Qs

Should immigrants have to pledge allegiance to the Queen before they can become a Canadian citizen? Your feedback on anti-tethering legislation. Plus, Marjorie Willison takes your gardening questions.

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