West Coast Morning | Apr 1, 2014 | 5:28

Corner Brook Hospital Committee comments on NL budget money

15 million dollars have been earmarked in the 2014 provincial budget for work on the new Corner Brook hospital. Gerald Parsons is with the Western Region Hospital Action Committee.

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