Central Morning | Jun 11, 2012 | 29:44

The Morning Show Podcast for June 11, 2012

Today we'll ask the minister of tourism how federal cuts will be felt by visitors to our province. We'll talk about changing town names and what that tells us about our connections to the places we come from. And we'll take a look at the food served in our hospitals and in our seniors homes, and compare that to how hospital food has improved dramatically in the U.K.

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