Maritime Noon | Jan 2, 2013 | 53:17

Visiting Chief Theresa Spence, Paint Expert Jim White and Ultimate Habs Fan.

We check in with Chief Candice Paul of the Saint Mary's First Nation, to hear about the trip she and other Maritime aboriginal activists made to Ottawa. They met with Attiwapiskat Chief Theresa Spence, to support her in her hunger strike. We'll also hear what it takes to be named the No. 1 Canadiens fan, and what that means during an NHL lockout. On the phone-in, Jim White answers your questions on painting and wallpapering.

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