We’re calling on the Auditor General due to lack of action on $26 million salmon inquiry recommendations funded by taxpayers – Join Us!

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Sockeye SwimmingWatershed Watch and SOS Marine Conservation Foundation are tired of the federal government’s delay in enacting measures to protect salmon developed by the $26 million Cohen Inquiry and have issued the media release Conservation groups call on Auditor General due to lack of action on $26 million salmon inquiry recommendations funded by taxpayers.

Add your voice to our call to the Auditor General of Canada. Let’s stand together to protect wild salmon for the future. Please sign and share Watershed Watch’s petition: http://www.watershed-watch.org/cohen-petition/

For more information, see the Environmental Petitions that include background information and 34 questions posed to the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans can be accessed here: Environmental Petition Part 1 of 2Environmental Petition Part 2 of 2

Photos by Stan Proboszcz are for free use and publication: Cohen Inquiry photo 1Cohen Inquiry photo 2Sockeye salmon spawning photo

Join Watershed Watch’s call for action on implementing the recommendations to protect salmon for the future: http://www.watershed-watch.org/cohen-petition/

 

3 Responses to We’re calling on the Auditor General due to lack of action on $26 million salmon inquiry recommendations funded by taxpayers – Join Us!

  1. James Pronk says:

    More government fraud!

  2. Joan says:

    Thank you for standing up for our wild salmon and taking the government to task:

    http://youtu.be/yjdc00Iy0RU

    Joan Boxall, writer & youtube poet

  3. Henry Hare says:

    Government has to be held accountable for their lack of action in reguards to the wild salmon

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