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RADIO NOON - FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10, 2012

hi-makkovik-protest-20120210-2col.jpgThe Parents of 14 year-old Burton Winters speak publicly for the first time. As well, Kathy Dunderdale on the death of 14 year-old Burton Winters and Search and Rescue's response.

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The debate over Muskrat Falls will be back in the spotlight next week. On Monday, public hearings on the hydro-electric development start in St. John's. The Public Utilities Board will hear presentations from Nalcor and Manitoba Hydro. So who's there representing our interests? That job falls to consumer advocate Tom Johnson, a lawyer appointed by government to look out for ratepayers.

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CROSSTALK: I'm Maggie Gillis sitting in for Ramona Dearing. Canada Reads is over and Radio Noon is back to its' regular time today. This is Trivia day with our very own trivia treasure Mack Furlong. 

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