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Sipekne'katik chief calls on PM to protect Mi'kmaq fishermen

The chief of the Sipekne’katik First Nation is calling for better protection after a mob of hundreds of commercial fishermen and their supporters raided and vandalized two facilities in southwest Nova Scotia where Mi’kmaw fishermen were storing their catches.
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