RADIO NOON - THURSDAY DECEMBER 8
Protestors chain the gates of Ocean Choice International Plant in Port Union: About 70 people gathered at the front gates of OCI this morning. They are there to protest it's pending closure. Peggy Stagg is one of them. Ramona reached her by phone.
There aren't many men like Jack Ford: Jack is a WW2 survivor of Japanese prisoner of war camps. He is now going on 93. Ramona reached him by phone to get his reaction to the latest apology from Japan.
CROSSTALK: The economy of the Northeast Avalon is doing just fine. But what about everyone else? Is rural NL being left out of the economic boom? Ramona's guest is Churence Rogers, the president of Municipalities NL.