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"Salmon ladder" yields massive returns in Nass Valley

The Kwinagees River in the Nass Valley has been yielding low salmon returns in recent history. But this year, a simple step has led to thousands of spawners. It's all thanks to the "Kwinagees Maneuver." Nisga'a Fish and Wildlife director Harry Nyce Sr. told Daybreak North host Robert Doane all about how his community is helping sockeye salmon reach their final destination.

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