A ferry moves through British Colombia waters.

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Several marginalized communities throughout Canada say they have experienced similar discrimination after the public disclosure of their COVID-19 infections.

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MV Queen of Cowichan moves through British Colombian waters, Aug. 21, 2012. Cowichan Tribes, the largest First Nation in British Columbia, say they've experienced prejudicial backlash since their first COVID-19 cases were announced in early January.

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