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Prince Rupert smokehouse brings Nisga'a tradition to urban First Nations

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The new urban smokehouse at Prince Rupert Lawn and Garden (Carolina de Ryk/CBC).

In Prince Rupert, a new smokehouse is helping members of the Nisga'a First Nation stay connected to tradition. The largest population of Nisga'a in Canada lives in Prince Rupert, but until now they were unable to preserve their fish using traditional methods without incurring high expense. But an urban smokehouse hopes to change that. Listen to the story from Carolina de Ryk below:

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