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RADIO NOON - FRIDAY JANUARY 6, 2012

The provincial government is taking a hard line with Ocean Choice International: The company wanted a permanent exemption to ship unprocessed redfish and yellowtail flounder out of the province. Fisheries minister Darin King held a news conference in St. John's this morning and he says the provincial government has no intention of granting such an exemption. Brian Callahan of the Fisheries Broadcast joins us for an update.

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The town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay got a loud and clear message at a public meeting last night: People don't want camps for temporary housing built near residential areas. The town council held a public meeting last night to see if work camps should be allowed to be built in commercial zones. Ramona is joined on phone with Leo Abbass the Mayor of Happy Valley-Goose Bay.

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CROSSTALK: The Provincial Government is refusing grant Ocean Choice International a permanent exemption to ship unprocessed fish out of the province. In return, the company was offering to create more than 1-hundred jobs at its plant in Fortune. What do you think? Did the provincial governmnent make the right decision? We are joined in Studio with Brian Callahan of the Fisheries Broadcast  and Fisheries Minister Darin King.

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