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FishWIKS' Shelley Denny writes piece on Mi'kmaw livelihood fishery for Chronicle Herald
Mi'kmaq doctoral candidate and FishWIKS team member Shelley Denny has written a piece for the Chronicle Herald on the Mi'kmaw livelihood fishery.
Drawing on her research into the use of Two-Eyed Seeing to develop an alternative fisheries governance model for Mi'kmaw inherent and treaty fisheries in Nova Scotia, Shelley offers context for the current dispute and possibiities for interim solutions.
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