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Natsis trial judge rules breathalyzer data inadmissable

Pembroke dentist Christy Natsis is accused of impaired driving causing death. Alan speaks with defence lawyer Mark Ertel about the potential impact of today's ruling.

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Ottawa Morning Compact fluorescent bulb recycling Nov 27, 2014 | 6:38The federal government has backed away from a promise to have recycling of C-F-Ls (compact fluorescent lighting). Ottawa Morning hears what that could mean for personal safety and the environment.
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