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Japanese tsunami debris causing clean-up problem on Haida Gwaii



Haida Gwaii's beaches are being consumed by a swarm of Japanese debris. That is leaving local government there looking for answers as to how to clean up the mess --  and who will pay for it. We spoke with Chief Administrative Officer for the Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional District Joan Merrick and Old Masset commercial fisherman Bruce Stuart-Burton about the problem.

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