BC Salmon Farms Received $4.1 million in Federal Compensation for Diseased Fish in 2012

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wild salmon at risk AND costs taxpayers in compensation money. See the Vancouver Sun article Farms in B.C. netted $4.1 million in compensation for diseased fish for more information.

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One Response to BC Salmon Farms Received $4.1 million in Federal Compensation for Diseased Fish in 2012

  1. Jacqueline Steffen says:

    I find it absolutely appalling that the protection of our wild salmon is not being taken seriously. The government will pay millions in compensation for diseased farmed fish but has not even bothered to complete the 75 recommendations from the 2010 Cohen Commission Report.

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