Approximately 1,200 people converged on the Grand Parade in Halifax on Sunday afternoon for a rally in support of the Mi’kmaq nation. Tensions between Indigenous and non-Indigenous fishers in Southwest Nova Scotia have grown in the ongoing conflict over First Nations rights to a moderate livelihood fishery and the commercial lobster industry’s desire for greater DFO regulation of that fishery.
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