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Canadian fisheries scientist Dr. Kristi Miller-Saunders is no stranger to controversy. She was one of the first Canadian scientists to be “muzzled” because her research on fish farm diseases was deemed too sensitive by the government of the day. In …

DFO’s proposed Siting Guidelines for Marine Finfish

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DFO’s Proposed Siting Guidelines Letter to DFO re Draft Siting Guidelines (Sept 15, 2015)  

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EMAIL MINISTER LEBLANC!

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The new Fisheries Minister, Dominic LeBlanc, made his first trip to the west coast recently. It would be great if he heard first hand how important wild salmon are to you and yours. You can help by letting Minister LeBlanc know that …

Stan Proboszcz responds to fish farm expansion in B.C.

Salmon Farm Industry in B.C. Pushes To Expand – Watershed Watch Responds

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In The News: As the fish farm industry pushes to expand on the B.C. coast, the aquaculture marketing campaign has begun in earnest, dismissing concerns for wild salmon as based on “myth”.  There are eight new open-net fish farm proposals in …

Two new salmon farm proposals – stand up and voice your concerns!

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Government is moving ahead with two more farm applications despite a $37 million federal inquiry that recommended farm siting criteria be developed with input from stakeholders, First Nations and a scientific peer-review. These recommendations aren’t completed. Loads of scientific evidence …