The right to fish 'does not exist,' Ottawa argues, but B.C. court rules class action lawsuit over geoduck clams can go ahead

In this March 23, 2015 photo, geoducks grown for for Taylor Shellfish Farms are shown with blue bands around them and ready for transport to a packaging facility near Harstine Island, Wash. (AP / Ted S. Warren) In this March 23, 2015 photo, geoducks grown for for Taylor Shellfish Farms are shown with blue bands around them and ready for transport to a packaging facility near Harstine Island, Wash. (AP / Ted S. Warren)

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