Alberta at Noon | Oct 25, 2012 | 52:38

Thursday October 25, 2012

The CBC's Reshmi Nair speaks to the mother of two students at a Junior High School in St. Paul where a minivan crashed injuring several students. Independent technology analyst Carmy Levy looks at the launch of Microsoft and the new Apple products. Douglas Hunter talks about his new book about Time Horton's, Double Double. The CBC's Andrea Huncar shares the latest information on the minivan crash in St. Paul. University of Alberta Professor John Spence of the Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation takes calls on the implications of a junk food tax.

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