Maritime Noon | Dec 6, 2012 | 52:58

Town Council Drinking, Wildlife Questions

The new mayor of Charlo, New Brunswick has resigned because he says he's been unable to stop the practice of drinking in the mayor's office after council meetings. We hear from his deputy mayor as well. And wildlife biologist Bob Bancroft takes your questions.

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