Why an Unearthed, Ancient Clambake May Change Indigenous Fortunes in BC

Why an Unearthed, Ancient Clambake May Change Indigenous Fortunes in BC

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One day between five and ten centuries ago, people living on what is now known as Keith Island finished eating a geoduck clam and placed its shell neatly alongside others.

The implications of that moment — brought to light this month by archeologists — loom large for Indigenous nations pursuing the right to harvest and sell geoduck clams on their territories in British Columbia. rest of the Article read at “thetyee.ca


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