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More Shale Gas Protest, Backyard Composting

We bring you up to date on the fall-out from the shale gas protest in Kent County, New Brunswick. We hear from a protester who was on site, a councillor from the Elsipogtog First Nation, and we hear from the courthouse where arrested protests made an appearance. And Paul Arnold takes your questions about backyard composting.

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