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Delores Feltmate - Fostering Children
Yesterday employees at the Comhla Cruinn youth centre spoke out about violence at the facility. They went public so the government could not cover up the allegations. Delroes Feltmate is a foster parent, she deals with young people of similar background.
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Wanda Robson - Honouring the 'Rosa Parks of Canada'
Nova Scotia civil rights icon Viola Desmond is being honoured in a new way. She's the subject of the latest Heritage Minute, just released by Historica Canada. Wanda Robson stopped by the studio to talk about her sister and the new Heritage Minute.
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Joan Jessome - Comhla Cruinn Concerns
Joan Jessome, the head of the NSGEU, says her membership Comhla Cruinn Youth Centre in Cape Breton is telling her the centre is plagued with drugs. Staff are directed not to call the police, and sex acts occurring among residents. Jessome spoke today.
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Walter Kehm and Patrick Morello - The Green Cove Conundrum
The company Tony Trigiani hired to help plan and execute the Mother Canada project is saying they advised Trigiani to keep the scale small (among other things). Patrick Morello says Trigiani said they were focusing on non essential, not necessary work.
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Tom Urbaniak - St. Mary's Polish Church Steeple Lifted into Place
Dora Construction demonstrated a unique construction lift today by hoisting and installing the steeple for St Mary's Polish Church in Whitney Pier, Sydney Nova Scotia after fire destroyed the church last year. Tom Urbaniak gave us an update.
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Eric Morneau - A Natural Playground for Étoile de l'Acadie
While it may yet be a few more weeks before we are playing outside, the home & school committee at Etoile de l'Acadie is planning some big summer fun. They are working on building a new natural playground in the soccer field at the front of the school.
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Ian Avery - Lead Shot in Nova Scotia
Last month you have have heard the story of Birdzilla. She was not a happy raptor. Today, after a bout of lead poisoning she has survived and been released back into the wild. The cause of her poisioning....lead shot. Why do we still use it?
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Dr. Andrew Parnaby - The Counterfeit Principles of a Free Enterprise System: The Antigonish Movement and the Sydney Steel Crisis of 1967
Marking the 50th Anniversary of the Old Sydney Society, CBU Professor Andrew Parnaby will be giving a talk called 'The Counterfeit Principles of a Free Enterprise System: The Antigonish Movement and the Sydney Steel Crisis of 1967'.
Stephen Read - Cape Breton Welcomes Family of 6 Fleeing War
Lifeline Syria-Cape Breton, in co-operation with the Marion Bridge Sponsor Group, is delighted to welcome of the first Syrian refugee family to Cape Breton Island. Stephen Read of Marion Bridge spoke with us just hours before the families arrival.
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Kim Kearns - News Paper Changes
There's been nothing but change in the news paper industry in the past few years. Kim Kearns say nobody should be surprised by this but small newspapers might just be the only place we'll see success stories.
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Tanya Collier MacDonald - Orenda Solutions Wins!
Tanya Collier MacDonald, CEO and founder of Orenda Solutions, was all smiles Thursday following the announcement her company had won the $100,000 first-place prize for the Innovacorp I-3 Technology StartUp competition.
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Nancy Johnson - New Head of the Cape Breton Post
The Cape Breton Post is a feature of life on the island and has been for generations. Now it has a new leader. Nancy Johnson is the Director of Operations for the maritime provinces and she's located right here in Cape Breton Regional Municipality.
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Scott Stewart - Invoking the Layoff Clause
The faculty union at Cape Breton University says there could be job losses as early as this spring after the university invoked the layoff clause in their contract due to "financial exigency." Scott Stewart is the president of the CBU Faulty Association.
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Tyler Mullendore - Make It Through
Tyler Mullendore (you may have seen him on Canadian Idol) has a new single out called 'Make It Through'. He dropped into studio today to share the song with us and talk about his career in music.
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Gerry Dee & Bette MacDonald - Mr. D Returns
For the last four years he's struggled to stay ahead of his students, faking his way through class. Now Mr. D is back for a fifth season. We spoke with two of the stars of the show, Gerry Dee and Bette MacDonald.
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Giuseppi Pettorelli - Cape Breton Man's 'Redneck Snow Plow' Video Goes Viral
Part convertible, part home-made snow plow: it's how some driveways in Cape Breton are getting cleared of snow. Since the original video was posted Sunday morning, Giuseppi Pettorelli's mutant snow plow as racked up more than a quarter-million times.
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$100 Barrell - Jody Hickey
A song about the rise and fall of the Alberta oil boom is getting thousands of hits on You Tube. A singer-songwriter from Dominion penned and performed the song after he was laid off from his job out West.
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Cape Breton Regional Municipality Youth Council - Veronica Toomey & Kaitlynn Hayes
CBRM Youth Council is discussing how they will spend their $25,000 budget. They know they want to fairly distribute the money to local communities. Another goal is to get more people involved in the council.
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Knowledge Keepers of Mi’kma’ki - Stephen Augustine
Thousands have shown interest in the online course "Learning from the Knowledge Keepers of Mi’kma’ki." Stephen Augustine and Ashlee Cunsolo Willox are co-facilitators.
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Becoming an Outdoors-Woman - Pam Grace
Women who would like to feel more competent in the outdoors can build their skills in the Becoming an Outdoors-woman workshop. Participants will chose three skills to focus on, from building a snow shelter to hunting.
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A fresh approach to Gaelic music - Ben Miller & Anita MacDonald
Ben Miller and Anita MacDonald have brought together Cape Breton, PEI & Scottish traditions on a new album. The album brings a fresh, contemporary approach to Gaelic music.
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Charity run - Edward Dostaler
A BC man is running across Canada to raise awareness on bullying. Edward Dostaler also shares his experience with the dangers of texting and driving.
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Environmental group wants Donkin mine reserved - Neal Livingston
The Margaree Environmental Association has written to the Prime Minister to ask him to reserve the Donkin mine coal seam for national security interests.
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International Longshoremen's Association - Peter Gillis , James Paylor & Michael Vigneron
The International Longshoremen's Association leaders from the United States are in Cape Breton this week to ask some questions. The ILA is worried a proposed container terminal in Sydney may not create jobs.
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Gaming - Matthew Giorgio & Randall Thompson
From virtual games to board games - we spoke with Matthew Giorgio for an update on 'GoVenture World'. We also reached Capergames developer Randall Thompson to hear about his new card game 'Go Adler.'
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The Gib Whitney Special
The King of the ballroom - the late Gib Whitney - is remembered in this special.
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Polar Bear Dip - Port Morien C.B.
Why go skating when you can go swimming? Catherine MacDonald, Kevin Saccary and Verna Murphy are inviting everyone to come out on January 1st to raise money for the cancer patient care fund and the Port Morien Legion.
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Sydney Port Development - Marlene Usher
Sydney Port development has been a major story in 2015. Marlene Usher is the CEO of the Port of Sydney Development Corporation. She came in to explain the relationships among development entities.
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Lifeline Syria CB - Amanda McDougall
Lifeline Syria Cape Breton is an important community mobilization and fundraiser. It's only been a few weeks but a lot is happening. Amanda McDougall has an update.
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Marine Refuge - Bruce Hatcher
St. Anne's Bank is a feeding ground for endangered leatherback sea turtles. A movement is now afoot to give the area protected status. Bruce Hatcher is marine ecosystems research chair at Cape Breton University. He is here to tell us about that.
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Membertou Buys Medical Properties
Membertou has purchased two of Sydney's largest medical properties, Health Park and the Medical Arts Building. The Medical Arts building is on land that traditionally belonged to the Mi'kmaq. Terry Paul is Membertou Chief.
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Tipsy Eve - Colin Gillis and Jordan Musycsyn
Local favourites Pretty Archie and the Jordan Musycsyn Band will take the stage with Slowcoaster for Tipsy Eve 2015. The show is set for December 23rd at Centre 200. Colin Gillis from Pretty Archie and Jordan Musycsyn give a sneak preview.
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Inverness Chase the Ace - Cindy O'Neill, Cameron MacQuarrie
The Inverness Cottage Workshop and the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 132 have been putting their Chase the Ace funds to good use. Cameron MacQuarrie is Legion v.p. and Cindy O'Neill is Workshop executive director.
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Syrian Refugees - St. Marguerite Bourgeoys Parish
St. Marguerite Bourgeoys Parish in Sydney is an amalgamated parish made up of three former churches. The effort to help Syrian refugees has everyone working together. Father Bill Burke has the details:
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Rita MacNeil Remembered
Rita MacNeil's Christmas music is being celebrated by artists who were part of her first television special "Now the Bells Ring". Her son Wade Langham and musicians Stephanie Higgins and Kim Dunn give a sneak preview.
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CBRM - Twin City - Albert Barbusci Mayor Cecil Clarke
The Cape Breton Regional Municipality has formed a sister-city relationship with the Chinese port city of Dalian.The deal was brokered by Harbor-Port Development. CEO Albert Barbusci and Mayor Cecil Clarke explain.
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Richmond Co. Audit Vote
In Richmond County, a motion for a forensic audit into councillors' use of municipal credit cards was defeated. It was put forward by River Bougeios councillor Gilbert Boucher. Steve Sampson voted against the proposal.
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TRC Release - Stephen Augustine
The final report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission has been released. It contains 94 calls to action. Stephen Augustine is the Dean of Unama'ki College at Cape Breton University.
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BCA Trading - Greg MacLeod
The Nova Scotia Securities Commission has issued a cease-trade order against BCA Investment Co-operative Ltd. for failing to file continuous disclosure documents. Founder Greg MacLeod says it's related to the re-organization of BCA.
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Dundee Hills Housing Development
Developers plan to build an active-living and retirement vacation community along the western end of the Bras d'Or Lakes called the Dundee Hills Vacation Village. Cam Samson and his business partner Hossam Elokda are based in the HRM.
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Tracy and Martina
Justine Williamson and Greg Vardy are the Cape Breton comedy team Tracy and Martina. They've just released a Christmas song called Santa Send My Baby Back Out West. They have a busy comedy season coming up:
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Intellectual Property - Anna Manley
You can buy costumes that look like existing cartoon characters. That's part of the fun but Cape Breton lawyer Anna Manley says there may be proprietary issues.
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Living Here, Loving It - Peter LeBlanc
Today on our series Livin' Here Lovin' It we're heading to Southwest Margaree. 31-year-old Peter LeBlanc bought his own farm almost four years ago and calls his business Front Porch Farm.
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Medivac for Mom - Marlene Kalinouski
Marlene Kalinouski is trying to get her elderly mother moved by air ambulance from a hospital in Maine back to Canada. Mary Francis Campbell was enjoying a BINGO trip to Maine when she had a heart attack.
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Paris Climate Summit - Corrine Cash
Dr. Corrine Cash is from Irish Cove, Cape Breton. She is an international expert on sustainable cities. Cash is in Paris for the climate change talks.
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Hanukkah Part 1
For Cape Breton's Jewish community, Hanukkah is a time to get together, to celebrate and to continue important traditions. Shayna Strong, of New Waterford, is one of the community's latke makers.
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Hanukkah Part 2 - Shayna Strong
We are in the midst of Hanukkah, the festival of light celebrated by the Jewish community. Earlier we introduced you to Shayna Strong and her two sons, the last Jewish children on Cape Breton. We are making latkes.
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Hanukka Part 3 - Shayna Strong
We are visiting the kitchen of Shayna Strong of New Waterford. Her family is celebrating Hanukkah. Part of the tradition is making latkes. The frying pan is on the stove, the oil is hot and we're ready to start.
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Hanukka Part 4 - Manny and Ethan Strong
Shayna and Darren Strong are raising their boys, Manny and Ethan, in the Jewish tradition.At one time there were many Jewish children on the Island. Now they are the only two. The boys talk about what they liked best about Hanukkah.
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Sgt. Farrell - Pedestrian Collisions
In the past twelve months 34 people in the CBRM have been struck by vehicles. Ten charges were laid for failing to yield to a pedestrian. Sgt. Joe Farrell spoke with reporter Joan Weeks about those numbers.
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The Vanishing Cape Breton Fiddler - Ron MacInnis
In 1972 the CBC program Take 30 broadcast a documentary by Ron MacInnis called The Vanishing Cape Breton Fiddler. It changed the landscape for fiddling on the Island. Now MacInnis is revisiting the years that followed that broadcast.
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CBRM New Year's Eve - Joe Costello
CBRM NYE celebrates the Municipality's 20th year of amalgamation. There will be activities for all ages on the Sydney waterfront from Dec. 31st through Jan. 2nd. Recreation program coordinator Joe Costello has the details.
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CBRM Mayor Cecil Clarke - China Trip
CBRM Mayor Cecil Clarke has just returned from China where he was promoting Sydney port development. He provides an update on the latest developments.
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Celtic Colours Live Volume 3
Celtic Colours Live Volume 3 has just been released. It was recorded during the 2015 Celtic Colours shows. Executive director Joella Foulds and artistic director Dawn Beaton talk about the new CD.
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Minister Regan on Ann Terry Project
The Ann Terry Women's Employment Project is worried it may have to close when the province stops funding specialized services in July. The Minister of Labour and Advanced Education Kelly Regan responds.
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Mayann's Train Ride
Mayann's Train Ride is the story of the author's childhood train trip from Sydney, Nova Scotia to New York City. Mayann Francis went on to become the province's Lieutenant Governor.
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Nutcracker Suite - Savoy
The Savoy Theatre in Glace Bay is presenting the Nutcracker Suite on Dec. 6th. Cynthia Vokey is choreographer, Madison Vokey is Clara and Jillian MacKenzie is the Sugar Plum Fairy.
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Patrick Doyle - Photography
Retakes and Revelry opened in June to serve the cruise ship market. It specializes in conceptual and amusement photography. Owner Patrick Doyle talks about the challenges of operating a new and unique business.
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Michael Newton - Memory Keeper of the Forest.
Michael Newton is the editor of Memory Keeper of the Forest, An Anthology of Scottish-Gaelic Literature of Canada. It gives voice to the experience of Gaelic Canadians from the late-18th to the mid-20th century.
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Ann Terry Woemn's Employment Project
The Ann Terry Women's Employment Project says, after 30 years, it may have to close its doors due to provincial funding cuts. Hear from executive director Ann MacPhee and board members Rosalee Gillis and Wendy MacDonald.
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Living Here - CrossFit (1)
Josh Carabin is owner of CrossFit Jono and Keely Wadden is owner of the new CrossFit D10 in Glace Bay. Wadden also runs a non-profit group where she works with youth at risk. Both are from Cape Breton but lived away for many years.
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Living Here - Crossfit (2)
Josh Carabin is owner of CrossFit Jono and Keely Wadden owns CrossFit D10 in Glace Bay. Hear how crossfit and spirituality form who they are and what they hope to achieve on our series, Livin' Here, Lovin' It, part two.
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CBRM Sustainability Fund
The CBRM Sustainability Fund is an application based fund for community projects. It's also for bigger projects that need matching funding. CBRM CFO Marie Walsh addresses recent online discussions about the fund.
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Women's Institute of Nova Scotia
The Women's Institute of Nova Scotia has three branches in Cape Breton. They raise money for many worthwhile causes. Now the group is worried about its future funding. Jean MacQueen is a long time member.
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Anna Manley - Copyright
More and more people are watching their t.v. shows on the internet. As legal columnist Anna Manley explains, that can happen two ways, through legitimate streaming services or by downloading shows illegally.
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CBRM Mayor Cecil Clarke - Railway Feasability
With news today that the railway is exploring the feasibility of the Port of Sydney Development project hopes are raised that the Cape Breton Central Nova Scotia rail line may not pull up the tracks after all.
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Marty Chernin - Harbour Royale Development
It's onward and UP-ward for a major building project in CBRM. Marty Chernin is behind plans to construct a ten-storey, 10-million-dollar residential and commercial complex at the corner of Dorchester St. and the Esplanade in Sydney.
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Umran Bhatti - Paris Backlash
Muslims are again being called upon to defend themselves after the Paris attacks, even though the perpetrators represent a radical fringe with little connection to the greater Muslim world. To talk about what's going on we reached out to Umran Bhatti.
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Peter Blackie - Frontier
Cape Breton has been abuzz with sightings of Game of Thrones Star Jason Mamoa. The actor will lead the cast in Discovery Canada's upcoming 6 part series, Frontier, being filmed in Louisbourg. The network's first original scripted series.
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Joan Weeks - Eskasoni Moose Feast
Controversy over a moose hunt in the Cape Breton Highlands National Park continues. The Eskasoni Band Council wanted to diffuse tensions and show people the importance of moose meat. So yesterday it invited the wider community to its annual moose Feast.
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Mark Marczyk - The Lemon Bucket Orkestra
The Lemon Bucket Orkestra is Canada's only balkan-klezmer-gypsy-party-punk-super-band! The twelve of the 17 members are touring Nova Scotia this month. Earlier this afternoon they put on a performance for the children at Boularderie Elementary School.
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Seeking Council - November 16th, 2015
Time for Seeking Council, our weekly discussion with Cape Breton Regional councillors. Today, we'r joined by Clarence Prince representing District 1 and Mae Rowe representing District 3.
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Matthew Giorgio - GoVenture World
We've heard a lot about all the exciting things going on in the tech. world in Cape Breton. Many people tell us they started as gamers. Now there's a Cape Breton game that's received an award and a lot of attention called 'GoVenture World'.
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MP Roger Cuzner - Re-opening Veterans Affairs
While the Liberal government will re-open nine veterans affairs offices that were closed under the previous Conservative government, the offices might not be in the same locations!? MP Roger Cuzner says the Sydney office should be fine.
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Daniel Murray - Living Here and Loving It
For this week's Livin' Here, Lovin' It we're heading down North to Dingwall. Daniel Murray is a passionate teacher both within the high school classroom at Cabot High and on ski tracks across the province. Murray chatted with Norma-Jean MacPhee.
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AJ Fraser - Innovacorp I-3 Finalist
This week we have been meeting The I-3 Technology Start-Up Competition participants. A.J. Fraser & Matt Johnston run 'Layers Technology' an image creation and editing application that allows users to remix and share images with their friends.
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