Radio Noon - Manitoba | Apr 24, 2013 | 8:04

Save the ELA, Diane Orihel

Could the Ontario government save the ELA? April 24th, the Ontario Premier said the province is willing to support the operation of the world renowned research facility. We speak with a woman fighting to save it.

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