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Two years without meaningful action on Justice Cohen’s recommendations… Now That’s Scary!

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Two years ago, on October 31st, 2012 Justice Cohen provided 75 recommendations around The Uncertain Future of the Fraser River Sockeye. The report was the result of an Inquiry that cost Canadian taxpayers $37 million as an investment in the …

Deadline for Comment on Aquaculture Activities Regulations is October 22, 2014

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On August 22nd draft regulations were announced to remove prohibitions in the Fisheries Act related to the use of pesticides and drugs and the harming of fish habitat by aquaculture. The draft “Aquaculture Activities Regulations” (AAR) will authorize owners and …

Adams River Salute to the Sockeye

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This Thanksgiving weekend I am thankful for the opportunity to witness the Adams River sockeye return with my eight year old daughter. I wasn’t much older than her the first time I went to the Adams and it had a huge impact …

A Dispatch from the Mount Polley Mine Disaster by Watershed Watch Ecologist, Aaron Hill

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It’s been over 2 months now since the catastrophic failure of the tailings impoundment at the Mt. Polley mine sent 25 billion litres of water and toxic tailings into Polley Lake, Hazeltine Creek, and Quesnel Lake. But it has only …