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Get Out Migration walk ends with 1,000 people at Centennial Square.

“I was hoping for this,” said Morton, who walked from Sointula on the northern tip of Vancouver Island to Victoria in what she called the Get Out Migration campaign. The final leg was from Centennial Square to the legislature yesterday. “The government is very deaf and they need [to hear from] a lot of people. We’re trying to save something people love and it’s amazing it’s been so difficult.”

Morton noted, however, that despite the growing opposition to fish farms — which she argues spread sea lice to wild salmon — “not a single farm has moved.”

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