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Watershed Watch Letter to Minister in Support of Fish Farm Occupations, Sep 18, 2017

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Watershed Watch sent an open letter to Minister Dominic LeBlanc in support of the peaceful occupation of fish farms by the Musgamagw Dzawada’enuxw, Namgis and Mamalilikulla First Nations in the Broughton Archipelago. Letter to Minister LeBlanc in support of First …

Watershed Watch Letter to Minister McKenna re. Reforms to the Fisheries Act, Sep. 9, 2017

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On August 24, Watershed Watch met with Minister McKenna to discuss the review of the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act in Vancouver. We then sent this letter to elaborate on and affirm our comments. PDF: Watershed Watch Letter to Min. Catherine …

Video: Safe Passage for Salmon

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The federal government just quietly approved another open-net salmon farm licence, putting our wild fish at more risk. Sign the petition at www.safepassage4salmon.ca and get the word out by sharing this.

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Salmon News Summary – August 25, 2016

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TOP 10 SALMON NEWS STORIES Fraser River sockeye salmon at lowest numbers since records began in 1893, (Georgia Straight, Aug 22 2016) The number of sockeye salmon returning to the Fraser River is expected to hit a record low this summer. …

“Business as Usual”: a critique of federal update on Cohen

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WHAT IS THE “COHEN INQUIRY”? The Cohen Inquiry was the largest investigation of wild salmon management in Canadian history, spurred by the devastating Fraser sockeye collapse in 2009. It cost taxpayers over $37 million and produced 75 recommendations widely recognized …