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Deny or 'fess up: Which road did you choose?

Minister of Natural Resources Bill Mauro responds to residents' frustration after a bear was shot in Newmarket.

 

Then, we turn the mirror around on a case involving a Pembroke dentist who fought impaired driving charges for three years. Dr. Kristy Natsis was so drunk her SUV veered into on-coming traffic and killed father-of-three Bryan Casey. It seems, it's human nature to deny a bad deed. Did you deny at all costs or 'fess up?

 

Open lines with Queens University Prof. Jill Scott. She researches the social dynamics of forgiveness and what it takes to repair relationships.

 

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