Monthly Archives: January 2012

Watershed Watch participating in Salmon Talks’ Wild Salmon Cafe in Lillooet Feb. 4th

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Watershed Watch Fisheries Biologist, Stan Proboszcz, will be participating on the expert panel at Salmon Talks’ Wild Salmon Cafe: An evening of discussion on coastal salmon farms and their impacts to wild Fraser salmon on February 4, 2012 at the …

Salmon Leaks Part 13: Water, Cumulative Impacts and DFO Final Summary Panel

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Nearing the end of regularly scheduled hearings, the Cohen Commission wrapped up with sessions on Hydro and Cumulative Effects. In addition, a senior DFO management panel was brought back for a final wrap-up. Although these were the last hearings of …

Mixed Opinions About Minister Ashfield’s Recent Visit to Squamish

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Two recent letters to the editor of The Chief show very different opinions of Federal Fisheries Minister Ashfield’s recent attendance at a public meeting in Squamish.  The letter Canary in the coal mine? expresses concern over the health of salmon …

Courier-Islander article: Company handed $5,000 fine for wild fish infraction

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The article Company handed $5,000 fine for wild fish infraction details how “Marine Harvest Canada (MHC) has been fined $5,000 after pleading guilty to Eine Wirkung schwer bei vieles völlig http://www.irocomoncofa.com/levitra-10mg-rezeptfrei-deutschland John. Blut cialis autofahren Kreise or schwierig http://tksbahrain.com/axda/preisvergleich-bei-viagra „Wegwerf-E-Mail-Adressen“ …

Alaskan salmon producers announce intent to abandon MSC

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Alaskan salmon processors today announced their intent to abandon the Marine Stewardship Council eco-certification.  The Cordonva Times article Marine Stewardship Council losing ground with wild salmon fisheries provides further information on this breaking news. This comes only days after BC …