Yearly Archives: 2017

Mid-Season BC Salmon Update

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By Greg Taylor, Senior Fisheries Advisor As anticipated, 2017 is proving to be a difficult year for BC’s wild salmon. Sockeye, chinook, and steelhead that entered the ocean in 2015 endured an inhospitable marine environment. Two years later, those that …

ADF&G shuts down SE Alaskan commercial and recreational fisheries to protect BC chinook. DFO keeps on fishing.

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Ketchican Daily News: Kings off limits starting Thursday: ADF&G cites low chinook salmon stocks coastwide

Cuts to Salmonid Enhancement Program will be reversed!

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We have heard that MP Terry Beech just announced at the Fisheries & Oceans Standing Committee that the gov’t will reverse the cuts to the Salmon Enhancement Program, including the Stream to Sea (Salmonid in the Classroom) Program. This is …

Fears of accidental exposure to Fentanyl cause Katzie Slough clean-up cancellation

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We never imagined a scenario like this when we launched our Connected Waters campaign in 2015. CBC, June 13,2017: Fears of accidental exposure to Fentanyl hamper efforts of conservation groups But we are more determined than ever to restore neglected waterways …

We’re hiring! Job Posting for Communications Manager

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Job Posting   UPDATE: The hiring process for this position was significantly delayed due to important campaign and administrative issues that our small team had to prioritize. If you submitted a resume previously, you are still under consideration. If you …