(John Furlong with Nathan Whalen):
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NL lobsters to Nova Scotia
NL lobsters to Nova ScotiaA dispute over lobster prices has taken a turn, or rather a drive. Fishermen on the west coast have loaded up a truck full of lobsters to sell to a buyer in Nova Scotia after the Price Setting Panel set the price for lobster at around $4.23 a pound. The seafood processors boycotted the panel and say the price is just too high. The host of the Central Morning Show reached the inshore director of the Fish, Food and Allied Workers Union to find out more:
(Leigh Anne Power with Bill Broderick):
Sexual devianceA former Roman Catholic bishop in this province pleaded guilty this week to possessing child pornography for the purpose of importation. Raymond Lahey was arrested going through customs at Ottawa airport in 2009. A forensic examination of Lahey's hard drive revealed photos depicting mostly-nude boys between the ages of eight and twelve in various poses and engaged in sexual acts. We reached the head of the forensic psychiatry division of Eastern Health, who's president of the Canadian Psychiatric Association.
(John Furlong with Dr. Nizar Ladha):