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Buddy MacMaster Remembered, Doug Bethune, Feedback

Renowned Cape Breton fiddler Buddy MacMaster is laid to rest in Judique. He died last week at the age of 89. Automotive expert Doug Bethune answers your car care questions. Plus-- your thoughts on supporting women's sports in the Maritimes

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