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New BC salmon farm proposals draw strong opposition

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British Columbians have spoken out loud and clear in opposition to two new salmon farms proposed for the Broughton Archipelago near Vancouver Island. Over 500 citizens responded to our call for comments. Watershed Watch forwarded these comments to the appropriate …

Media Release: Protect the Fraser Coalition Site Tour Feb. 6, 2015

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February 3, 2015 MEDIA RELEASE CHILLIWACK – on February 6th, 2015 Protect the Fraser Coalition, working to stop the building of a hazardous waste facility on the banks of the Fraser River in Chilliwack, is hosting a Strategy Planning Meeting …

Two new salmon farm proposals – stand up and voice your concerns!

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Government is moving ahead with two more farm applications despite a $37 million federal inquiry that recommended farm siting criteria be developed with input from stakeholders, First Nations and a scientific peer-review. These recommendations aren’t completed. Loads of scientific evidence …

Great article profiling Craig Orr in the Tri-City News

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It’s hard to fit an accomplished career into a single newspaper article, but the Tri-City News article Craig Orr retires from helm at Watershed Watch provides a great overview of many of the successes and accomplishments Craig has helped make possible in …

Update from the Protect the Fraser Coalition regarding Chilliwack Hazardous Waste Facility

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Important update to Supporters of the Protect the Fraser Coalition. Tell the BC Minister of Environment that the banks of the Fraser are no place for a hazardous waste plant! Add your name to the petition! Hazardous Waste Facility continues to …