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Maritime Noon May 4, 2011 May 4, 2011 | 52:16Should electric baseboard heaters be banned in new homes? Home heating expert Art Irwin weighs in. Former Roman Catholic bishop Raymond Lahey pleads guilty to one count of possessing child porn. A PEI gas leak sends about 20 people to hospital. Plus, your feedback on swing voters.
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