Radio Noon Thursday November 17 2011
Occupy NL Update
Hundreds of protesters with the Occupy Wall Street marched in New York City this morning. They're talking about organizing a day of action, with mass protests in other cities. The welcome is wearing out for many protestors involved in the Occupy Movement across North America. The police in New York City cleared people out of their tent city. The city of Vancouver has issued eviction notices. So what's happening here? Terry MacEachern is one of the people invovled in the Occupy NL Movement, which is headquartered at Harbourside Park in St. John's .
We're still getting reaction to yesterday's Crosstalk phone-in on whether people should wear blaze orange in the woods, whether they're hunting or not. If you missed it, it's posted on-line at cbc.ca/radionoonnl
Here's a fax we received this morning from Olive Murphy that we just had to share. It's read by the CBC's Kathryn King.
Bullying used to be a hush-hush topic. But over the past few years, lots of people have been speaking out against it. The question now is whether we're making any progress on bullying? We'll have several guests in studio, including several students from Prince of Wales Collegiate in St. John's.