Radio Noon - Thursday March 15, 2012
Locked out trawlermen from here occupy the Nfld Lynx in Nova Scotia. David Decker is the Secretary-Treasurer of the Fish, Food and Allied Workers, the union representing the trawlermen. He joins us on cell phone.
The power's been out in Black Tickle, Labrador since early yesterday morning. We get updates first from Laura Keefe, resident of Black Tickle and the mother of three young children and Jim Haynes, Vice President - Regulated Operations.
Crosstalk: All eyes will be on Sidney Crosby as he returns to the ice. With violence in hockey under the microscope, would you put your children in hockey? We want to hear from you. Our guests have opposing views. They're recreational hockey player and Mount Pearl councillor Paula Tessier, and Carl Lake of www.thesportspage.ca