Fuel spill off B.C coast offers few answers one year later: nation

A rich marine harvest ground for a First Nation near British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest remains closed to shellfishing one year after a tug ran aground, resulting in a 100,000-litre fuel spill into Seaforth Channel.


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  1. Not just 50 people rely on that area for livelihood and those 50 were compensated for their season which was probably nothing from the pockets of Kirby but what of the rest of us that used to dig other clams from the nearby area , nothing can compensate us for the food we’ve lost

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