Maritime Noon | Dec 13, 2012 | 53:02

Teacher controversy ends, village council ditches the booze, and holiday cooking.

A community celebrates after a teacher convicted of indecent acts surrenders his teaching license. A New Brunswick village council votes to remove booze from the mayor's office. You share more of your comments about customer service. And holiday recipes with Chef Craig Flinn.

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