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Masset Mayor Thinks Ferry Ride to Haida Gwaii Should Be Free

Decreases in tourism on Haida Gwaii over the past few years are being blamed on high ferry prices.

Masset mayor Andrew Marilees thinks that the BC government should subsidise the cost of ferry transportation to the archipelago to reverse the downward trend in tourism.

Betsy Trumpener found out more about his idea on the show.


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