Author Archives: Trish Hall

BREAKING NEWS: Cuts to Salmonid Enhancement Program will be reversed!

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BREAKING NEWS: 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. …

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 …

Historic Coquitlam Sockeye Smolt Release Celebration

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The first of some 5,000 sockeye were released to the Coquitlam River in a special ceremony led by the Kwikwetlem First Nation on April 20, 2017. This is likely the largest release of Coquitlam sockeye in over 100 years (since sockeye …

Recommendations from the January 2017 Scientists’ Think Tank – The Protection of Pacific Wild Salmon

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In January 2017, Simon Fraser University hosted an invitational scientists’ think tank as part of their Speaking for the Salmon series. The aim of the think tank was to examine the potential risk factors to Pacific wild salmon and to …