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The Oolichan fish once flourished along the Pacific Northwest from Alaska to British Columbia and as far south as Northern California. Their disappearance from our coastal streams during the last fifteen years has become an important topic among First Nations in Canada. View more media contents by the Center for World Indigenous Studies >>
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