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Connected Waters Project Receives Federal Funding

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We are thrilled to announce that our funding application for phase 1 of our Connected Waters project has been approved by DFO’s BC Salmon Restoration Innovation Fund. This project, in partnership with Tides Canada Foundation, is the first stage of …

New Report: Federal government turning a blind eye to wild fish kills on salmon farms

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We have  just released a new report: Wild Fish Trapped: Incidental Catch in the Salmon Farming Industry  We know there’s a lot of secrecy around salmon farms, and sometimes we have to dig a little to uncover the truth. And …

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 …

Municipal Elections Candidate Surveys on Water Issues

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Where do municipal candidates stands on important water-related issues in your community? On October 20, B.C. heads to the polls for municipal elections. Civic elections are important because decisions made at the city and regional district level directly impact you …

Keeping the Environment in the Conversation: 15 Questions To Ask Your Municipal Candidates

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With municipal elections only 20 days away, we need to know where our candidates stand on the environment. In collaboration with the Canadian Freshwater Alliance and Fraser Riverkeeper, we’ve written up some questions to ask candidates who come knocking at …