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Salmon Row

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The play Salmon Row brings to life the many people who gathered at the mouth of Fraser to fish for salmon and work in the canneries.Salmon brought people from all over the world hoping to cash in on the valuable, and at the time, plentiful resource. Many of those people lived and worked among the first nations people whose life deepened on river. The play takes place at several locations in around the Britania Shipyards Historic Site in Steveston.Nicola Harwood is the playwright behind Salmon Row and Paolo Pietropaolo had a chance to talk to her about the play and Steveston's rich history. Hear the interview Sunday just after the 8:30am news.

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