Globe and Mail article: Cohen inquiry panel debates aboriginal fishing practices

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The Globe and Mail article Cohen inquiry panel debates aboriginal fishing practices provides an overview of discussions at Tuesday’s Cohen Inquiry hearings examining aboriginal fishing and the difficulty in determining and providing the amount of fish required for First Nations’ food and cerimonial purposes.  The article also provides an overview of the Inquiry’s schedule and upcoming hearings on marine environment habitats.

For highlights from previous hearings, see Watershed Watch’s Salmon Leaks.

 

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