Radio Noon November 14 2011
A 68-year-old woman from Little Burnt Bay is in hospital today being treated for a serious gunshot wound. It's believed a hunter shot her in the shoulder accidentally during a boil-up in the woods near Lewisporte on Friday. That hunter is now facing charges. Constable Doug Letto is with the Lewisporte RCMP.The labour market
The labour market is tightening up in Nfld and Labrador, and it's only going to get more tight. That's great news for workers. It gives them a lot more power. Employers not so much. And that's the focus of a conference the Nfld and Labrador Employers' Council is holding starting on Wednesday in St. John's. Richard Alexander is the executive director of the group, and he's in studio now to talk about this issue.
Housing prices in many parts of the province have shot up dramatically over the past few years. And we're asking if it's getting too expensive to buy a house. Phone in with your thoughts. Ramona's guest is Shannie Duff, the deputy-mayor of St. John's.