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Alberta at Noon | Dec 5, 2012 | 48:01

Wednesday December 05, 2012

CBC business producer Tracy Johnson looks at the changes underway at CP Rail, including big staff cuts. Documentary photography and food writer CJ Katz presents her new cookbook, Taste, Seasonal Dishes from a Prairie Table. Suncor chemical engineer Sanjay Patel takes calls on his new book, The Future of Oil, A Straight Story of the Canadian Oil Sands.

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