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Lobster Fishermen's Protest Grows, Homeschooling Regulations, Crown Corporation Bargaining Feedback

We talk to two lobster fishermen protesting low prices. Nova Scotia Auditor General Jacques Lapointe has criticized the homeschooling system for lack of regulations. We talk to him, and take your calls on homeschooling. Plus, your feedback on whether the federal government should be at the table when Crown corporations bargain with their employees.

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