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Gabriola Island residents block the entrance to B.C. Ferries downtown terminal Monday afternoon to protest cuts in the sailing schedule to the Island.  - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
Gabriola Island residents block the entrance to B.C. Ferries downtown terminal Monday afternoon to protest cuts in the sailing schedule to the Island.
— image credit: CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

Gabriola Island residents block the entrance to B.C. Ferries downtown terminal Monday afternoon to protest cuts in the sailing schedule to the Island.

About 30 people boarded the ferry M.V. Quinsam to make a round-trip protest from Gabriola to Nanaimo.

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