Monthly Archives: February 2011

Canada Water Week March 14-22, 2011

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Water is a huge part of all our lives!  Watershed Watch encourages everyone to visit the Canada Water Week website and find out how you can organize, or get involved in, activities for Canada Water Week March 14 – 22, …

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Watershed Watch post on the WaterBucket.ca blog on comments on BC’s Water Sustainability Act

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Watershed Watch Salmon Society comments on BC’s Water Sustainability Act on the WaterBucket.ca blog. The post discusses our recent submission to Living Water Smart BC’s consultation on a new Water Sustainability Act. For more information on Living Water Smart’s Water …

Craig Orr’s letter to the editor of the Vancouver Sun The relevance of sea lice, toxins and fish still debated

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CAAR blog post Salmon farming industry puts wild salmon at increased risk by reactivating farm along Wild Salmon Narrows migration route

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Michelle Young of the Georgia Strait Alliance and the Coastal Alliance for Aquaculture Reform’s blog post Salmon farming industry puts wild salmon at increased risk by reactivating farm along Wild Salmon Narrows migration route provides details on the reactivation of …