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A line-up gathers outside Tacofino food truck at lunchtime in Tofino on Aug. 24.

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By Melissa Renwick, Local Journalism Initiative ReporterHa-Shilth-Sa

Sat., Aug. 28, 2021

A line-up gathers outside Tacofino food truck at lunchtime in Tofino on Aug. 24. Despite daily Highway 4 road closures and the ongoing pandemic, the resort town has seen a particularly busy summer.

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