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Remembering Stephen Perry

To mark the National Day of Mourning for people killed on the job, a documentary from Newfoundland about the family of a miner killed in Sudbury last year.

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Morning North Transport trucks not at fault in most collisions Sep 16, 2014 | 7:42Even though transport trucks are involved in a majority of crashes on northern highways, police say they are largely not at fault. The CBC's Megan Thomas spoke about transport collisions with Brian Pattison. He spent years on the road and trains drivers.
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