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Obama, Romney and why the outcome matters

Open lines with Raymond Chretien, former Canadian ambassador to the US on why the outcome of the US election matters to you.

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Ontario Today Call of the Day: Safety first in Nuclear industry Mar 25, 2015 | 1:10Nuclear fuel plant worker says working with nuclear materials the safest job he's ever had.
Windsor Morning - Intake - a local play about mental health challengesMar 25, 2015 | 11:20Windsor Morning Intake - a local play about mental health challenges Audio
Windsor Morning Intake - a local play about mental health challenges Mar 25, 2015 | 11:20Project Director Chris Rabideau and cast member Becca Willemsma discuss the locally produced play - Intake - a play about youth and mental health challenges (runs: 11:20)
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