Category Archives: Watershed Watch in the Media

New threat looms for BC’s wild salmon

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New threat looms for B.C.’s wild salmon Federal government moving to dismantle its own wild salmon protection policy March 16, 2017 (Vancouver, BC) — Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) is moving ahead with a controversial plan to rewrite Canada’s Policy …

In the news: “Made in Ottawa”

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From the Comox Valley Record (Dec 13, 2016): “Made in Ottawa—decisions on fish and water”.  Read the Water wise column by Tanis Gower of Watershed Watch Salmon Society here:  

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Oceans Plan—In the news

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In the news: Aaron Hill from Watershed Watch shares his take on the feds’ oceans protection plan: “I have mixed feelings,” he said of the announcement. “We are seeing some improvements, for sure, but we’re also seeing some things we’re pretty …

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Our Rivers, Ourselves.

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The healthy trinity: watersheds, people, and salmon. (TriCity News, October 14 2016. By Craig Orr.) For many, fall evokes images of rivers teeming with salmon. In truth, it’s often painful to witness the plight of these iconic harbingers as news …

Water Wise: Temperature records continue to fall

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  In the News: check out the column Water Wise, by our Project Biologist Tanis Gower.