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Pamela Anderson to join fish farm protest

Pamela Anderson is due to join anti-salmon farming activists on a “protest flotilla” against open net pen fish farms in British Columbia this weekend.

The former Baywatch star is set to join the Sea Shepherd-organised event, which is set to take place on 27 July at Venture Point, a fish farm owned by Cermaq Canada.

The protesters aim to outlaw net pen fish farms in British Columbia

Anderson, who hails from the area, is set to be joined by George Quocksister Jr, hereditary chief of the Laichwiltach First Nation and Paul Manly, Green Party MP for Nanaimo-Ladysmith.

The protest is part of a campaign, dubbed Operation Virus Hunter, which is now in its fourth year.

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