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Foreign Worker Changes, Students Leaving NB, Drunk Mom, Coke Campaign, Cheese Feedback

The federal government announces changes to the temporary foreign worker program. We find out how it will affect some employers in the Maritimes. We speak to the organizer of a job fair inviting Maritimers out west. And thousands of high school students in Saint John say they won't stay in the area after graduation. We also hear your stories about battling addictions. We take a look at Coke's new,  health-conscious ad campaign. And we hear more of your thoughts on cheese.

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