Sockeye Salmon

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Swimming At The Centre Of A Legal Battle

VANCOUVER - An effort by environmentalists, a First Nation and commercial fishermen to use a NAFTA side agreement to force Canada to change the way it polices British Columbia's salmon farms has bogge...
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B.C. Salmon Run Threatened

VANCOUVER - A near record-low sockeye salmon run for Skeena River fisheries has cut off the catch in B.C., but conservation groups say Alaskan fishermen are not pulling in their nets, making the probl...
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The Results Are In: Wild Salmon Need Action Now

The Cohen report is a gift; a well-researched and valuable tool by which to recover wild salmon, not only the Fraser River sockeye runs, but salmon populations across B.C. But its recommendations must be implemented, funded and enforced. The ball is now in the court of the federal government.
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A Fine Kettle Of Fish For Feds

VANCOUVER - Some who took part in the inquiry looking into why millions of sockeye salmon vanished from one of British Columbia's most prized fishery are already anticipating what the report might say...
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Why No Sockeye?

VANCOUVER - Juvenile sockeye salmon likely didn't have enough food to survive as they travelled in poor conditions through British Columbia's Georgia Strait in 2007, resulting in abysmal returns to th...
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Salmon Productivity Flounders

VANCOUVER - Sockeye salmon spawning on the rivers and streams of Washington state, British Columbia and southeastern Alaska have been producing dramatically fewer adults, especially in the last two de...
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Swimming Upstream Against Government Secrecy

Officials prevented Kristi Miller from speaking to journalists about her possible explanation for salmon stock depletion. Unfortunately, this appears to be part of an emerging pattern in which the federal government is seeking to subvert or discredit the role of science in policy-making.