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Tuesday, November 17, 2015

17/11/2015: Vancouver Island teen soccer player kicked off team over fish farm sponsorship

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/vancouver-island-teen-soccer-1.3295474
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A soccer club on northern Vancouver Island has red-carded a 14-year-old girl, barring her from playing on an elite team in a dispute about a sponsorship deal with a salmon-farming company, CBC News British Columbia reports.

The Upper Island Riptide club announced Thursday it could not reconcile its differences with Freyja Reed and, as a result, had "parted ways" with the teen goalkeeper.

Freyja and her mother Anissa Reed, who live in Comox, B.C., oppose open net-pen salmon farming and have been at odds with the club over a sponsorship deal announced in August with Marine Harvest Canada, one of the world's largest salmon-farming companies.

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