Maritime Noon | Dec 20, 2012 | 52:59

Drunk Driver License Plates, Cocktails, Top Weather Stories

PEI's minister of transportation considers the idea of special license plates for convicted drunk drivers. We take your questions about Christmas cocktails and mocktails, and hear your favourite recipes. And Environment Canada releases the list of the top weather stories of 2012.

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