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Cancer Drug Class Action, Hunger Strike Ends, Bob Bancroft, Billboard Feedback

Two Ontario law firms launch a class action suit on behalf of cancer patients - including nearly 200 in New Brunswick - who've just learned they were given diluted cancer drugs. A New Brunswick fisherman on a hunger strike to protest changes to EI ends his protest. Bob Bancroft takes your questions and hears your stories about wildlife. And your thoughts on an all-male billboard promoting a campaign meant to honour women.

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