CANADA : Simulated war scenarios in Newfoundland

The government is planning to increase the assigned territory presently used by Allied test bombing by about 2,000 square kilometers, preventing the Innu tribe from hunting and fishing within that zone, complicating land claim negotiations with Ottawa.

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