Nova Scotia NDP leader says fish-buying regulations can change to accommodate moderate livelihood treaty right – Ku’ku’kwes News

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Nova Scotia NDP leader says fish-buying regulations can change to accommodate moderate livelihood treaty right – Ku’ku’kwes News

by ahnationtalk on July 30, 202160 Views

July 30, 2021

The leader of the Nova Scotia New Democratic Party says the province can change fish-buying regulations to accommodate First Nations’ treaty right to buy and sell fish to earn a moderate livelihood.

“When that court-mandated right is not able to be given practical effect by reason of the provincial regulations, so I think that provincial regulations need to be adjusted so that they are in line with the capacity to give effect to the court-mandated right of moderate livelihood fishery,” NDP Leader Gary Burrill said during the first debate between the provincial party leaders in Halifax July 28.

The issue of a moderate livelihood fishery was one of several issues brought up during the first debate among the three political party leaders hoping to win in the upcoming Nova Scotia election on Aug. 17.

Read More: http://kukukwes.com/2021/07/29/nova-scotia-ndp-leader-says-fish-buying-regulations-can-change-to-accommodate-moderate-livelihood-treaty-right/

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