MP3: Half Moon Run, Wal-Mart protests on Black Friday, Q media panel, Conflict Kitchen 29/11/2013

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Half Moon Run, Wal-Mart protests on Black Friday, Q media panel, Conflict Kitchen 29/11/2013 MP3

Friday Live performances by Montreal's melodious Half Moon Run. Salon's Josh Eidelson on Wal-Mart protesters storming Black Friday. Q's weekly media panel. The owner of Conflict Kitchen on serving up foreign foods with a side of education. Source: cbc.ca

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