Maritime Noon | Aug 13, 2013 | 53:11

Senator Audit, Medical Testing, Alcohol in Corner Stores

The latest from Ottawa regarding Senator Wallin's expense audit. Health PEI explains when and why they would refuse to perform a medical test. Plus, your opinions on selling alcohol in convenience stores.

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