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Lobster Protests Ends, Pickers, University Feedback

Fishermen in the Maritimes untie their boats and go fishing after a few days of protesting low prices. We speak to the president of the PEI Fishermen's Association and Nova Scotia's fisheries minister  about a plan to create a panel to look into the state of the fishery. We hear your stories of treasures you've uncovered at garage sales and in basements. And your thoughts on whether too many young people are going to university.

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