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Shark Tagging, Nazi Coins, Green Living, Widow, Walmart, and Seat Belt Feedback

Dalhousie University's Ocean Tracking Network receives $50,000 for a shark tagging project. We speak to researchers out on the water. A New Brunswick man wills his valuable coin collection to an American neo-Nazi group. His sister is in court today to have the will thrown out. We take your questions and suggestions on green living. And your thoughts on living widowed, Walmart Supercentres, and seat belt use.


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