sockeye salmon

The war on wild salmon escalated during the Harper years as wild salmon were viewed as mere complications to environmental assessments of resource development projects. A year into the Trudeau Liberal government, it appears little has changed.
The salmon farming industry has long been banned in Alaska, where it's believed to be a threat to the state's healthy wild salmon populations. But that's not the case in Canada, where Norwegian-owned aquaculture multinationals have done a terrific job of winning over the federal government.
British Columbians are facing increased water restrictions as abnormally hot and dry weather continues across the province. But people aren't the only ones impacted by these uncomfortable conditions: salmon in the Columbia and Fraser rivers are also bearing the brunt of the blistering climate.
Martin Gregus Jr. is only 18, but he's already an award-winning wildlife photographer. And for his latest project, the North
Follow Us On Twitter Like Us On Facebook Sockeye salmon have begun their run in B.C. waters, drawing massive attention to
VANCOUVER - Predictions for this year's salmon fishery on British Columbia's Fraser River are so massive there's no historical
VANCOUVER - One of the world's largest aquaculture companies is betting future economic growth in Chile on a "robust" species
VANCOUVER - An effort by environmentalists, a First Nation and commercial fishermen to use a NAFTA side agreement to force
The price of sockeye salmon is soaring in B.C., driven by strong demand for the premium fish, and a disastrous fishery four
VANCOUVER - A near record-low sockeye salmon run for Skeena River fisheries has cut off the catch in B.C., but conservation