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Wanted: Your Feedback on DFO Plan for Wild Salmon

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The 2005 Wild Salmon Policy is a roadmap for restoring and maintaining healthy and diverse salmon populations and their habitats. Thanks to your letters, calls, and presence at the Wild Salmon Policy Open House in March 2017 we stopped the …

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Our Response to September 2017 Cohen Inquiry Update

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Watershed Watch Salmon Society Responds to DFO September 28, 2017 update on Implementation of the Cohen Inquiry Recommendations What is the Cohen Inquiry? The Commission of Inquiry into the Decline of Sockeye Salmon in the Fraser River was headed by …

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Watershed Watch Sends Letter to Minister in Support of Fish Farm Occupations

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Watershed Watch Salmon Society sent this open letter today 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. Watershed Watch calls for the …

Join us Sep 23 for a Katzie Slough Canoe Tour!

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Join Watershed Watch for a special Rivers Day canoe tour of the Katzie Slough to celebrate BC Rivers Day! Learn about the slough’s history, ecology, and the challenges that make it emblematic of many small streams in the lower mainland. …

Katzie Slough Cleanup

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Katzie Slough: it was a beautiful day for a Great Canadian Shoreline Clean-up! Concerned citizens collected over 200kg of garbage and recycling in 2 hours. We call that a good day’s work with plenty of food for thought on restoring …