Unified position

First Nations call for resignation of Gail Shea.

First Nations along the Fraser agreed not to fish chinook from April to June to protect the stocks as they migrate to spawning areas.

“We’ve done everything we can, and are still doing what we can to hold a unified position on this,” said Grand Chief Ken Malloway of the Sto:lo Tribal Council.

“It’s tough because our people want to go fishing.”

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