A correction to the Tug-Aground-Lawsuit story

VANCOUVER — In a story published Wednesday, The Canadian Press said the Heiltsuk incurred costs associated with testing and its investigation in the millions of dollars. In fact, the First Nation says compensation for damages, missed harvesting opportunities, its costs for testing and its own investigation would be in the millions.

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