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Mainstreet NS | Mar 5, 2013 | 8:03

pros and cons of the South Canoe windfarm proposal

Almost 150 people came out last night to a public meeting about the South Canoe Wind Project. Stephanie talks to Emery Peters who owns a cottage near the propsed site and is a member of the group Friends of South Canoe Lake, and Joanne Grant who is President of the Chester Municipal Chamber of Commerce.

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Mainstreet NS Cogswell public forum part 1 Mar 27, 2013 | 18:18Stephanie hosts a live public forum from Studio 1 at CBC Radio in Halifax. Check out our Road To Nowhere web feature - cbc.ca/roadtonowhere
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Mainstreet NS Jean Laroche edits the Throne speech Mar 26, 2013 | 5:44CBC legislative reporter Jean Laroche plays Stephanie the excerpts that caught his ear in today's Throne speech.
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Mainstreet NS Cogswell Interchange: Lessons from the Waterfront Mar 25, 2013 | 10:08What lies beneath: we talk to the CEO of Waterfront Development Corporation about how what's under the Cogswell Interchange might affect what can go on top.
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Mainstreet NS Marathon To Mark Fisherman's Memory Mar 25, 2013 | 9:14Five years after her late boyfriend was lost at sea, Jen Bonin will be running a marathon to mark his memory and to raise money to help other families along their journey of healing.
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