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Brad Bird, right, assistant to Nanaimo-Alberni MP James Lunney, faces a crowd of about 40 people protesting the Canada-China Foreign Investment Agreement in front of Lunney’s constituency office in north Nanaimo Wednesday. The demonstration, organized by Communities to Protect Our Coast, drew some participants who shouted down Bird, hollering insults when he tried to respond to questions about the agreement.  - Chris Bush photo
Brad Bird, right, assistant to Nanaimo-Alberni MP James Lunney, faces a crowd of about 40 people protesting the Canada-China Foreign Investment Agreement in front of Lunney’s constituency office in north Nanaimo Wednesday. The demonstration, organized by Communities to Protect Our Coast, drew some participants who shouted down Bird, hollering insults when he tried to respond to questions about the agreement.
— image credit: Chris Bush photo
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