Radio Noon - Manitoba | Aug 2, 2012 | 8:54

MS Lord Selkirk II Cleanup

The man in charge of dismantling the MS Lord Selkirk II tells Radio Noon when the Selkirk slough will finally be rid of its rusting remains. David Hammer speaks to Marilyn in a Radio Noon EXCLUSIVE

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