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A potent symbol of First Nations rights sat for years in DFO storage, but now it’s home

Donald Marshall Jr. nets returned

Twenty years after the Supreme Court’s landmark decision on Mi’kmaw fishing rights, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans has returned Donald Marshall Jr.’s nets to his home community of Membertou First Nation on Cape Breton Island.

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