August 10, 2012

Judge bars Canadian protesters from blocking Maine lobster

By Eric Russell
Staff Writer

and Jessica Hall
Staff Writer

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Protesters put up signs Wednesday outside the office of fisheries minister Keith Ashfield in Fredericton, New Brunswick. They are trying to get him to address the importing of cheap Maine lobster that makes it hard for Canadian lobstermen to compete and earn a profit.

Stephen MacGillivray / The Daily Gleaner

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