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Lobster Stunner, Living Shorelines, Sticky Money, Cigarette and Dog Droppings Feedback

Growing concern in Europe about how lobsters are cooked inspires a Charlottetown company to produce a lobster-stunning machine. We speak to the producer, and to a representative from an animal rights group in Germany. We take your questions about living shorelines. Listeners complaints about the new polymer $5 and $10 bills are answered by the Bank of Canada. And your thoughts on cigarette displays and dog owners who don't pick up after their dogs.

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