Maritime Noon | Apr 24, 2013 | 52:51

Stanhope Resort Burns, Sick Days, Loud Motorcycle Feedback

A historic, PEI resort is levelled by fire. We speak to owner Danny Murphy. We ask: are sick leave benefits for employees in the public sector too generous? And your thoughts on loud motorcycles

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