Radio Noon : Wednesday September 14, 2011
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Illegal dumping--it's shameful and way too common in Nfld and Lab. You've probably seen the evidence yourself while heading out to your cabin or berry picking or hiking. Is there a solution to illegal dumping? Ramona's guests are Churence Rogers, who is the mayor of Centreville-Wareham-Trinity, and the Smalls Towns Director with Municipalities NL. And CBS councillor Stephen Tessier.
Seen while picking bakeapples on the Northern Peninsula, ½ km from the nearest road. Photo submitted by Michael Bennett.
Air Canada Strike
Flight attendants with Air Canada could go on strike as soon as one week from today. And that's making travellers nervous right now. Ellen Tucker chairs the Board of Directors with the Association of Canadian Travel Agencies. She's on the line from Saint John, New Brunswick.
50 Years of Phys Ed
A lot has changed since Memorial University's Phys Ed program started 50 years ago. For one thing, the name is now a lot fancier. It's the School of Human Kinetics and Recreation. For another thing, a lot of stereotypes have fallen by the wayside. Here to talk about that: Antony Card, the dean. And Michelle Healey, the director of athletics at Memorial.