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Rock slide spawns the great salmon rescue of Telegraph Creek

Volunteers with the Tahltan First Nation are helping thousands of salmon make their way over a rock slide (Tahltan Band).

A rockslide near Telegraph Creek in northwestern B.C. have gotten in the way of thousands of spawning salmon... but a plan has been hatched to help them out. LIsten to Ryan Franke of the Tahltan First Nation explain what's happening to Carolina de Ryk.

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