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Monday March 11, 2013

One of about 60 puppies that arrived in Halifax from Labrador on JULY 12 (CBC).jpgAn animal rescue group in Nova Scotia argues there's a better way to control the animal population in Natuashish than shooting stray dogs. Shelley Cunningham is the President of Litters 'n Critters Animal Rescue. We reached her in Nova Scotia.

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Corporate Research Associates released new poll today indicating that the NDP are pulling ahead in the polls in Nfld and Labrador. NDP leader, Lorraine Michael joins us in studio.

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CROSSTALK: In the House of Assembly, NDP leader Lorraine Michael asked if the NL gov't knew about the looming deficit at the time the Muskrat Falls hydro project was being decided on. Our question for you: Should the Muskrat Falls project be delayed until the province is in the black? Ramona's guests are Leo Power, who supports the project. And Con O'Brien, who has called for an independent review.

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