People of Clyde River embrace old enemy to battle seismic testing

The people of Clyde River on the northeast shore of Baffin Island in Nunavut continue to protest federal plans to map the seabed with seismic testing.

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The people of Clyde River on the northeast shore of Baffin Island in Nunavut continue to protest federal plans to map the seabed with seismic testing.

The testing produces loud underwater noises and the community fears marine animals will be harmed.

That concern has led the people of this Arctic town to embrace an old enemy.

APTN’s Kent Driscoll in Clyde River.