The Canadian Press

1999-10-06 | Native-Fishing

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The man whose court challenge brought about the East Coast fishing dispute was angered by the violence that had taken place. There were clashes in Burnt Church, New Brunswick as First Nations exercised their right to fish all year long. Donald Marshall Junior said Oct. 6 that he'd been threatened and wouldn't even go to the grocery store. Marshall said if Canadians could not accept the Supreme Court decision on native fishing, "then that's too damn bad."

Date: 1999-10-06
Placeline: Halifax, NS, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 17 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << I call rednecks noted that one guy one of those national TV with a wig on to win a war dance on his boat well that's racism to me there's more racism in Nova Scotia across Canada >>

Clip ID: 19991006CPCN001