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Increasingly frustrated southeastern New Brunswick lobster fishermen are stepping up their protests against low prices. St. Louis de Kent fisherman Blaine Daigle talks to Jonna about why he's angry at fish processors for importing cheap Maine lobsters. He also details why he feels the Maritime Fishermen's Union has failed to properly represent fishermen like him. Afterwards, Jonna talks with a researcher from Maine who says the spike in lobster catches there may be the new reality.

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