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Are RCMP spying on First Nations in northern B.C.?

A news report released yesterday alleges police are spying on northern B.C. First Nations opposed to the Enbridge Northern Gateway project. Daybreak spoke to RCMP superintendent Paul Richards about the report, Wet'su'wet'ten hereditary chief John Riesdale for his reaction, and David Harris, former chief of strategic planning for the Canadian Security Intelligence Service and current director of the international and terrorist intelligence program at Insignis Strategic Research, who says such surveillance is to be expected.

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