Author Archives: Trish Hall

Action to rebuild endangered Thompson and Chilcotin Steelhead

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Time is running out for Thompson and Chilcotin River steelhead. Can you take a minute right now to help save them with a quick letter to the feds? These magnificent sea-going rainbow trout, that once supported a world renowned recreational …

Summer Student Job Posting: GIS Technician & Field Assistant

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We are looking for someone who fits the requirements for a Canada Summer Student position with Watershed Watch as our GIS Technician and Field Assistant. Full details are below: Job Title: GIS Technician and Field Assistant Tasks and Responsibilities: The …

Media Release: Government Science Mired in Salmon Farming Industry Secrecy

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Watershed Watch Salmon Society, Pacific Coast Wild Salmon Society and Living Oceans issued a media release today questioning the integrity of the federal science review process assessing the risk of a virus spreading from ocean salmon farms to wild Pacific …

Have your say on DFO’s implementation plan for the Wild Salmon Policy

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Use our latest online tool to provide your comments to DFO on the implementation plan for the Wild Salmon Policy. Deadline is December 15, 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 …