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Interview with climatologist David Phillips

David Phillips is arguably Canada's best known weatherman. The Environment Canada climatologist talks to Marc Montgomery about our changing climate and his annual weather trivia calendar for 2011.

David Phillips is arguably Canada's best known weatherman. The Environment Canada climatologist talks to Marc Montgomery about our changing climate and his annual weather trivia calendar for 2011.

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