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Ahousaht First Nation members blockade new fish farm site in Clayoquot Sound

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Plans by a Japanese-owned company to install a new open-net fish farm in Clayoquot Sound met with opposition from local First Nations people last week. Ahousaht protestors were able to prevent Cermaq from installing the nets in their traditional territory.

Bonnie Glambeck is with Clayoquot Action. She speaks with Redeye host Jane Williams.

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