Maritime Noon | Jan 31, 2013 | 52:47

New Brunswick Taxes, Membertou Virgin Mary, Civility Feedback

New Brunswick premier David Alward is giving New Brunswickers a choice when it comes to paying down the debt. We ask the Canadian Taxpayers' Federation to weigh in on the options. A Cape Breton woman says an image that appears to be the Virgin Mary is on her bedroom wall. And your thoughts on civility in the House of Commons.

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