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fishing

The protests over the Mi’kmaw fishery have escalated to acts of vandalism and violence.
The contest comes in the wake of the Nova Scotia lobster dispute.
The disagreement centres around treaty rights of Indigenous people.
Adam Turnbull wants people to know what littering can do.
As Canada struggles to come to terms with reconciliation, court cases are helping define what Indigenous rights and title mean in day-to-day life. If the federal government is serious about its commitment to a new and respectful relationship with Indigenous peoples, it should set the tone through policies that address historic injustices, such as in commercial fishing practices.
Start packing that truck!
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