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    US chefs boycott Canadian seafood over seal hunt

    Top chefs have joined more than 6000 restaurants and grocries in a pledge to boycott seafood from sealing provinces, until the hunt is ended. Chef Cathal Armstrong of restaurant Eve in Alexandria, Virginia talks about why he joined the Chefs for Seals cam

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