Native-only fishery in British Columbia to resume

As many as 18 First Nations are nearing an agreemeent to restart a Native-only fishery in British Columbia.

Earlier this month, the B.C. Supreme Court said the fishery was legal. Non-Indian fishermen had challenged it as race-based.

The fishery could resume operations as early as this week.

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