Not up to feds to define “moderate livelihood”: Fisheries minister on Indigenous fishing rights

Not up to feds to define "moderate livelihood": Fisheries minister on Indigenous fishing rights 1

 

Fisheries Minister Bernadette Jordan says she doesn't think it's up to the federal government to define what a "moderate livelihood'" is.

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5 Comments on "Not up to feds to define “moderate livelihood”: Fisheries minister on Indigenous fishing rights"

  1. Brooke Skylar Richardson | October 19, 2020 at 9:02 PM | Reply

    Hire private security! a crazy security company where everyone is hopped on on cocaine and whiskey!

  2. Well I don’t see either side regulating it so somebody has to even if its the govts

  3. The Dragon with the Girl Tattoo. | October 19, 2020 at 9:34 PM | Reply

    Is the term “moderate livelyhood” in the treatises that were originally signed?

  4. Nick Oppedisano | October 19, 2020 at 10:03 PM | Reply

    Trudeau has no plan to support First Nations.

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