Maritime Noon | Jan 18, 2013 | 52:51

Hitman Decision And Reaction, Home Renovations, Leaf On $20 Bill

The Supreme Court of Canada overturns the aquittal of a Nova Scotia woman who tried to hire a hitman to kill her husband. We speak to the head of the Elizabeth Fry Society - a group that intervened in the case. We take your questions about home renovations. And experts say a leaf featured on the new Canadian twenty dollar bill is NOT a Canadian maple leaf.

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