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Clashes over indigenous lobster fishing rights in Nova Scotia, Canada 
Clashes over indigenous fishing rights in the Atlantic province of Nova Scotia have turned violent in recent days, drawing condemnation from senior government officials.

Tensions between local commercial fishermen and fishers from the Mi'kmaq First Nation in the province have escalated in recent days, resulting in several suspected cases of arson and multiple arrests.

The Supreme Court of Canada ruled in 1999 that the Mi'kmaq First Nation had the right to hunt and fish for a "moderate livelihood" in its traditional territory.

But the ruling left many gray areas - including the practical definition of "moderate livelihood" - leading Mi'kmaq fishermen to begin catching lobster outside the federally mandated fishing season, raising the ire of local commercial lobster fishers.

Protests in support of both sides resulted in clashes last week that at times turned violent, with one person being arrested after attacking Chief Michael Sack of the Sipekne'atik First Nation. The head of the province's fishing union resigned, citing concerns for his personal safety. 
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October 20, 2020 
Indigenous lobster fisherman Maurice Blapes pulls a lobster crate up from the Bay of Fundy as Jason Lamrock... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
Indigenous lobster fisherman pulling up their catch in Saulnierville 
Indigenous lobster fisherman Maurice Blapes pulls a lobster crate up from the Bay of Fundy as Jason Lamrock and John Lamrock look on, in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada October 20, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 20, 2020 
Levi Paul, an Indigenous lobster fishermen, navigates his vessel, the Seabug through the wharf in Saulnierville,... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
Levi Paul, an Indigenous lobster fishermen, navigates his vessel in Saulnierville 
Levi Paul, an Indigenous lobster fishermen, navigates his vessel, the Seabug through the wharf in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada October 20, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 20, 2020 
Lobsters sit in a crate aboard an Indigenous lobster fishing boat in Meteghan River, Nova Scotia, Canada... 
METEGHAN RIVER, Canada 
Lobsters sit in a crate aboard an Indigenous lobster fishing boat in Meteghan River, 
Lobsters sit in a crate aboard an Indigenous lobster fishing boat in Meteghan River, Nova Scotia, Canada October 20, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 20, 2020 
Indigenous lobster fisherman Jason Lamrock throws an undersized lobster back into the water off Meteghan... 
METEGHAN RIVER, Canada 
Indigenous lobster fisherman Jason Lamrock throws an undersized lobster back into the water off Meteghan... 
Indigenous lobster fisherman Jason Lamrock throws an undersized lobster back into the water off Meteghan River, Nova Scotia, Canada October 20, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 17, 2020 
Smoke rises in the air, following the destruction of a lobster pound by a fire in Middle West Pubnico,... 
Middle West Pubnico, Canada 
Fire Destroys Nova Scotia lobster pound in Middle West Pubnico 
Smoke rises in the air, following the destruction of a lobster pound by a fire in Middle West Pubnico, Nova Scotia, Canada October 17, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 19, 2020 
A van burnt during a non-native commercial fishermen protest against an Indigenous First Nation's lobster... 
NEW EDINBURGH, Canada 
A burnt van as a result of non-native commercial fishermen protests is seen in Nova Scotia 
A van burnt during a non-native commercial fishermen protest against an Indigenous First Nation's lobster fishery is seen parked in front of a a fish facility, in New Edinburgh, Nova Scotia, Canada October 19, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 17, 2020 
Smoke rises in the air as a RCMP officer walks around the remains of a lobster pound that was destroyed... 
Middle West Pubnico, Canada 
Fire Destroys Nova Scotia lobster pound in Middle West Pubnico 
Smoke rises in the air as a RCMP officer walks around the remains of a lobster pound that was destroyed by a fire in Middle West Pubnico, Nova Scotia, Canada October 17, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 17, 2020 
RCMP officers investigate the remains of a lobster pound that was destroyed by a fire, in Middle West... 
Middle West Pubnico, Canada 
Fire Destroys Nova Scotia lobster pound in Middle West Pubnico 
RCMP officers investigate the remains of a lobster pound that was destroyed by a fire, in Middle West Pubnico, Nova Scotia, Canada October 17, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 17, 2020 
A person looks at the remains of a lobster pound after it burnt in Middle West Pubnico, Nova Scotia,... 
Middle West Pubnico, Canada 
Fire Destroys Nova Scotia lobster pound in Middle West Pubnico 
A person looks at the remains of a lobster pound after it burnt in Middle West Pubnico, Nova Scotia, Canada October 17, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 17, 2020 
A RCMP officer searches along a shore line, following the destruction of a lobster pound by a fire, in... 
Middle West Pubnico, Canada 
Fire Destroys Nova Scotia lobster pound in Middle West Pubnico 
A RCMP officer searches along a shore line, following the destruction of a lobster pound by a fire, in Middle West Pubnico, Nova Scotia, Canada October 17, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 17, 2020 
A forklift is seen amongst the charred remains of a lobster pound in Middle West Pubnico, Nova Scotia,... 
Middle West Pubnico, Canada 
Fire Destroys Nova Scotia lobster pound in Middle West Pubnico 
A forklift is seen amongst the charred remains of a lobster pound in Middle West Pubnico, Nova Scotia, Canada, October 17, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 19, 2020 
Non-native commercial fishermen gather to protest against a Mi'kmaq lobster fishery in Barrington Passage,... 
BARRINGTON PASSAGE, Canada 
Non-native commercial lobster fishermen protest in Barrington Passage 
Non-native commercial fishermen gather to protest against a Mi'kmaq lobster fishery in Barrington Passage, Nova Scotia, Canada October 19, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 20, 2020 
Indigenous lobster fishermen Maurice Blapes pushes a lobster trap back into the water in Saulnierville,... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
Indigenous lobster fishing in Saulnierville 
Indigenous lobster fishermen Maurice Blapes pushes a lobster trap back into the water in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada October 20, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 20, 2020 
An Indigenous lobster fishing boat departs the harbour in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada October... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
An Indigenous lobster fishing boat departs the harbour in Saulnierville 
An Indigenous lobster fishing boat departs the harbour in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada October 20, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
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October 20, 2020 
An Indigenous lobster fishing boat departs the harbour in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada October... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
An Indigenous lobster fishing boat departs the harbour in Saulnierville 
An Indigenous lobster fishing boat departs the harbour in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada October 20, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
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October 20, 2020 
Jason Lamrock, an Indigenous lobster fisherman, measures the size of a lobster in Saulnierville, Nova... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
Indigenous lobster fisherman measure a lobster in Nova Scotia 
Jason Lamrock, an Indigenous lobster fisherman, measures the size of a lobster in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada October 20, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 20, 2020 
A lobster fisherman stands aboard an Indigenous lobster fishing boat in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
A lobster fisherman stands aboard an Indigenous lobster fishing boat in Saulnierville 
A lobster fisherman stands aboard an Indigenous lobster fishing boat in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada October 20, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 20, 2020 
Randy Comeau, an Indigenous lobster fisherman, stands on the wharf in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
Randy Comeau stands on the Indigenous-run lobster fishery harbour in Saulnierville 
Randy Comeau, an Indigenous lobster fisherman, stands on the wharf in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada October 20, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
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October 20, 2020 
Jason Lamrock, Maurice Blapes, and John Lamrock are seen on their fishing boat heading back to Saulnierville... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
Participants in the Indigenous lobster fishery, in Saulnierville, 
Jason Lamrock, Maurice Blapes, and John Lamrock are seen on their fishing boat heading back to Saulnierville where non-native commercial fishermen have been protesting against an Indigenous lobster fishery, in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada October 20, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 20, 2020 
The Mi’kmaq First Nations fishing boats are seen parked at the harbour in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia,... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
Indigenous-run lobster fishery harbour in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia 
The Mi’kmaq First Nations fishing boats are seen parked at the harbour in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada October 20, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
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October 19, 2020 
Individuals monitor a checkpoint in front of the harbour in Saulnierville as commercial fishermen have... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
Individuals Monitor a Saulnierville Harbour Checkpoint in Nova Scotia 
Individuals monitor a checkpoint in front of the harbour in Saulnierville as commercial fishermen have been gathering to protest against an Indigenous First Nation's lobster fishery, in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada October 19, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 19, 2020 
RCMP monitor traffic in front of a lobster facility in New Edinburgh as commercial fishermen have been... 
NEW EDINBURGH, Canada 
RCMP Monitoring lobster facilities in New Edinburgh 
RCMP monitor traffic in front of a lobster facility in New Edinburgh as commercial fishermen have been gathering to protest against an Indigenous First Nation's lobster fishery in New Edinburgh, Nova Scotia, Canada October 19, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 19, 2020 
Chief Mike Sack of the Sipekne'katik First Nation speaks with individuals at the Saulnierville Harbour,... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
Chief Mike Sack of the Sipekne'katik First Nation holds press conference in Nova Scotia 
Chief Mike Sack of the Sipekne'katik First Nation speaks with individuals at the Saulnierville Harbour, in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada October 18, 2020. Non-native commercial fishermen have been protesting against an Indigenous lobster fishery. Picture taken October 18, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
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October 19, 2020 
A Canadian Coastguard patrols the South Western parts of Nova Scotia as non-native commercial fishermen... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
Canadian Coastguard Monitors Mi'kmaq fishery in Saulnierville 
A Canadian Coastguard patrols the South Western parts of Nova Scotia as non-native commercial fishermen protest against a Mi'kmaq lobster fishery, in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada October 19, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 19, 2020 
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) monitor the entrance to the Saulnierville Harbour while in the background... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
RCMP monitor the entrance to the Saulnierville Harbour 
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) monitor the entrance to the Saulnierville Harbour while in the background another checkpoint is being maintained, as non-native commercial fishermen protest against a Mi'kmaq lobster fishery, in Nova Scotia, Canada October 19, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 19, 2020 
Non-native commercial fishermen gather to protest against a Mi'kmaq lobster fishery in Barrington Passage,... 
BARRINGTON PASSAGE, Canada 
Non-native commercial lobster fishermen protest in Barrington Passage 
Non-native commercial fishermen gather to protest against a Mi'kmaq lobster fishery in Barrington Passage, Nova Scotia, Canada October 19, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 20, 2020 
Indigenous lobster fishermen Maurice Blapes and John Lamrock prepare a lobster trap outside the wharf... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
Preparing the Indigenous lobster traps in Saulnierville 
Indigenous lobster fishermen Maurice Blapes and John Lamrock prepare a lobster trap outside the wharf in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada October 20, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 19, 2020 
A Canadian Coastguard vessel travels past the entrance to the harbour while a Mi'kmaq First Nation vessel... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
Canadian Coastguard Monitors Mi'kmaq fishery in Saulnierville 
A Canadian Coastguard vessel travels past the entrance to the harbour while a Mi'kmaq First Nation vessel enters as non-native commercial fishermen protest against a Mi'kmaq lobster fishery, in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada October 19, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 19, 2020 
Non-native commercial fishermen gather to protest against Mi'kmaq lobster fishery in Barrington Passage,... 
BARRINGTON PASSAGE, Canada 
Non-native commercial lobster fishermen protest in Barrington Passage 
Non-native commercial fishermen gather to protest against Mi'kmaq lobster fishery in Barrington Passage, Nova Scotia, Canada October 19, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 17, 2020 
RCMP officers investigate the remains of a lobster pound that was destroyed by a fire, in Middle West... 
Middle West Pubnico, Canada 
Fire Destroys Nova Scotia lobster pound in Middle West Pubnico 
RCMP officers investigate the remains of a lobster pound that was destroyed by a fire, in Middle West Pubnico, Nova Scotia, Canada October 17, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 17, 2020 
RCMP officers search along a shore line, following the destruction of a lobster pound by a fire, in Middle... 
Middle West Pubnico, Canada 
Fire Destroys Nova Scotia lobster pound in Middle West Pubnico 
RCMP officers search along a shore line, following the destruction of a lobster pound by a fire, in Middle West Pubnico, Nova Scotia, Canada October 17, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 17, 2020 
A person looks at the remains of a lobster pound after it burnt in Middle West Pubnico, Nova Scotia,... 
Middle West Pubnico, Canada 
Fire Destroys Nova Scotia lobster pound in Middle West Pubnico 
A person looks at the remains of a lobster pound after it burnt in Middle West Pubnico, Nova Scotia, Canada October 17, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
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October 17, 2020 
A RCMP officer signals to another RCMP officer as they search along a shore line, following the destruction... 
Middle West Pubnico, Canada 
Fire Destroys Nova Scotia lobster pound in Middle West Pubnico 
A RCMP officer signals to another RCMP officer as they search along a shore line, following the destruction of a lobster pound by a fire, in Middle West Pubnico, Nova Scotia, Canada October 17, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
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October 17, 2020 
A person takes a photograph in between the rubble of a lobster pound in Middle West Pubnico, Nova Scotia,... 
Middle West Pubnico, Canada 
Fire Destroys Nova Scotia lobster pound in Middle West Pubnico 
A person takes a photograph in between the rubble of a lobster pound in Middle West Pubnico, Nova Scotia, Canada, October 17, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
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October 17, 2020 
A forklift is seen amongst the charred remains of a lobster pound in Middle West Pubnico, Nova Scotia,... 
Middle West Pubnico, Canada 
Fire Destroys Nova Scotia lobster pound in Middle West Pubnico 
A forklift is seen amongst the charred remains of a lobster pound in Middle West Pubnico, Nova Scotia, Canada, October 17, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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October 17, 2020 
Fishes stacked onto of each other are visible after a lobster pound was destroyed by fire in Middle West... 
Middle West Pubnico, Canada 
Fire Destroys Nova Scotia lobster pound in Middle West Pubnico 
Fishes stacked onto of each other are visible after a lobster pound was destroyed by fire in Middle West Pubnico, Nova Scotia, Canada, October 17, 2020. REUTERS/John Morris 
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September 22, 2020 
Lobster traps belonging to fishermen of the Sipekne'katik band, which were seized in protest by non-native... 
METEGHAN, Canada 
Lobster traps belonging to fishermen of the Sipekne'katik band are seen dumped at the DFO office in Meteghan... 
Lobster traps belonging to fishermen of the Sipekne'katik band, which were seized in protest by non-native fishers, lie dumped outside the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) office in Meteghan, Nova Scotia, Canada September 22, 2020. The Sipekne'katik band, part of the First Nations Mi'kmaw community, began harvesting lobster outside of the commercial season due to a 1999 Supreme Court of Canada ruling. REUTERS/Ted Pritchard 
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September 22, 2020 
A paper sign with "evidence" written by pen is fixed to lobster traps belonging to fishermen of the Sipekne'katik... 
METEGHAN, Canada 
Lobster traps belonging to fishermen of the Sipekne'katik band are seen dumped at the DFO office in Meteghan... 
A paper sign with "evidence" written by pen is fixed to lobster traps belonging to fishermen of the Sipekne'katik band, which were seized in protest by non-native fishers and dumped outside the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) office in Meteghan, Nova Scotia, Canada September 22, 2020. The Sipekne'katik band, part of the First Nations Mi'kmaw community, began harvesting lobster outside of the commercial season due to a 1999 Supreme Court of Canada ruling. REUTERS/Ted Pritchard 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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September 22, 2020 
Lobster traps belonging to fishermen of the Sipekne'katik band, which were seized in protest by non-native... 
METEGHAN, Canada 
Lobster traps belonging to fishermen of the Sipekne'katik band are seen dumped at the DFO office in Meteghan... 
Lobster traps belonging to fishermen of the Sipekne'katik band, which were seized in protest by non-native fishers, lie dumped outside the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) office in Meteghan, Nova Scotia, Canada September 22, 2020. The Sipekne'katik band, part of the First Nations Mi'kmaw community, began harvesting lobster outside of the commercial season due to a 1999 Supreme Court of Canada ruling. REUTERS/Ted Pritchard 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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September 22, 2020 
Fishermen from the Sipekne'katik band, part of the First Nations Mi'kmaw community who began harvesting... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
Fishermen from the Sipekne'katik band tend to equipment in Saulnierville 
Fishermen from the Sipekne'katik band, part of the First Nations Mi'kmaw community who began harvesting lobster outside of the commercial season due to a 1999 Supreme Court of Canada ruling, tend to equipment in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada September 22, 2020. REUTERS/Ted Pritchard 
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September 22, 2020 
Fishermen from the Sipekne'katik band, part of the First Nations Mi'kmaw community who began harvesting... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
Fishermen from the Sipekne'katik band return to port in Saulnierville 
Fishermen from the Sipekne'katik band, part of the First Nations Mi'kmaw community who began harvesting lobster outside of the commercial season due to a 1999 Supreme Court of Canada ruling, return to port in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada September 21, 2020. REUTERS/Ted Pritchard 
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September 22, 2020 
Fishermen from the Sipekne'katik band, part of the First Nations Mi'kmaw community who began harvesting... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
Fishermen from the Sipekne'katik band return to port in Saulnierville 
Fishermen from the Sipekne'katik band, part of the First Nations Mi'kmaw community who began harvesting lobster outside of the commercial season due to a 1999 Supreme Court of Canada ruling, return to port in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada September 21, 2020. REUTERS/Ted Pritchard 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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September 22, 2020 
Fishermen from the Sipekne'katik band, part of the First Nations Mi'kmaw community, who began harvesting... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
Fishermen from the Sipekne'katik band work from a wharf after opposition from non-Indigenous fishers... 
Fishermen from the Sipekne'katik band, part of the First Nations Mi'kmaw community, who began harvesting lobster outside of the commercial season due to a 1999 Supreme Court of Canada ruling, work from a wharf after opposition from non-Indigenous fishers in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada September 21, 2020. REUTERS/Ted Pritchard 
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September 22, 2020 
Fishermen from the Sipekne'katik band, part of the First Nations Mi'kmaw community who began harvesting... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
Fishermen from the Sipekne'katik band return to port in Saulnierville 
Fishermen from the Sipekne'katik band, part of the First Nations Mi'kmaw community who began harvesting lobster outside of the commercial season due to a 1999 Supreme Court of Canada ruling, return to port in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada September 21, 2020. REUTERS/Ted Pritchard 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/LOBSTER
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September 22, 2020 
Fishermen from the Sipekne'katik band, part of the First Nations Mi'kmaw community, who began harvesting... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
Fishermen from the Sipekne'katik band work from a wharf after opposition from non-Indigenous fishers... 
Fishermen from the Sipekne'katik band, part of the First Nations Mi'kmaw community, who began harvesting lobster outside of the commercial season due to a 1999 Supreme Court of Canada ruling, work from a wharf after opposition from non-Indigenous fishers in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada September 21, 2020. REUTERS/Ted Pritchard 
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September 22, 2020 
Fishermen from the Sipekne'katik band, part of the First Nations Mi'kmaw community, who began harvesting... 
SAULNIERVILLE, Canada 
Fishermen from the Sipekne'katik band work from a wharf after opposition from non-Indigenous fishers... 
Fishermen from the Sipekne'katik band, part of the First Nations Mi'kmaw community, who began harvesting lobster outside of the commercial season due to a 1999 Supreme Court of Canada ruling, work from a wharf after opposition from non-Indigenous fishers in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia, Canada September 21, 2020. REUTERS/Ted Pritchard 
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