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One day in the summer of 2004 a whale named Luna was found in Gold River Nootka Sound British Columbia Canada Luna is an orca whale that got lost from his pod L-Pod Department of Fisheries and Oceans warned that it would not safe for Luna to stay in Gold River and should return to his pod to be safe The chief of the Mowachaht-Muchalaht First Nations Ambrose Maquinna passed away and the tribe members believed that Luna was the spirit of their chief If the Department of Fisheries and Oceans capture Luna the first nations believed it would be capturing their chief The Mowachaht-Muchalaht are worried that Luna would go to an aquarium Marineland if things didnt go well The first nations wanted Luna to be free making his own decision whether to return to his pod or stay living in the bay The two cultures continued to fight over the freedom of one whale Everyone loved Luna and is a spiritual sign of the Mowachaht-Muchalaht People were asking to visit Luna This was a hard to make a decision because the first nations really wanted Luna to stay but the Department of Fisheries and Oceans wanted to capture Luna and send Luna back to his pod L-Pod They were planned to trap Luna but when Luna entered the trap he turned around to get out because Mike new chief and is the son of Ambrose Maquinna finally sang The Paddle Song When Mike was young his dad said that he had to sing the song strongly but he did not like the song The Mowachaht-Muchalaht had a great celebration because Luna was freeFinally the decision is that Luna would stay in the bay As we could tell the Mowachaht-Muchalaht first nations loved Luna and respected him Luna likes the bay and he would not leave The first nations believed that land could not be owned and goes the same for animals Luna would
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