Maritime Noon | Feb 25, 2013 | 53:08

Woods Harbour Grieves, EI Feedback, Your Favourite Cup of Tea, SARS Supplies Feedback.

We hear from George Hopkins, the father of Joel Hopkins, one of the five missing fishermen on the Miss Ally. Your thoughts on the federal government's decision to make house visits to Canadians on EI. Philip Holmans is the owner of World Tea House in Halifax. He takes your calls on your favourite cup of tea. And we hear some of your thoughts on what NS should do with surplus medical supplies purchased for a potential SARS outbreak ten years ago.

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