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Radio Noon - February 1, 2011

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Botwood deaths

There should have been a family celebration for Isabel Sheppard of Botwood yesterday. It would have been her 66th birthday. But a tragic highway crash took her life on Saturday, along with her 69-year old husband, Jim. And in a town as small as Botwood, everyone is grieving. Including Deputy Mayor Scott Sceviour, who is on the line now.

 

Labrador weather

It's a nice, crisp day here in St. John's at minus 11 ... It's a wee bit colder in Labrador City at ... minus 29. And that's all people in the Big Land are talking about - how cold it is. Mike Power is a reporter in Labrador City. He joins us now. 

 

Archives with Christine Davies

Time to say hi to Christine Davies. She joins me at this time each week with a sound recording from the CBC Radio Archives. Today, she's here to talk about caribou.

 
 
What impact will the labour dispute have on the future of the transit service for people in Mount Pearl and St. John's? St. John's Mayor Dennis O'Keefe has warned people to expect bus services to be reduced if ridership levels are low in these weeks following the strike. Two Memorial University students who joined us earlier in the strike. They're both with the students' union there. Meghan McCarthy is the director of campaigns. And Michael Walsh is the director of advocacy.


 
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