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Toronto :: Canada | 21 days ago

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Watch Tensions have been rising since last December, when Fisheries Minister Gail Shea overruled her staff and approved fishing in three areas in B.C. that had been closed for nearly a decade for conservation concerns...On the west coast of Vancouver

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Toronto :: Canada | 22 days ago

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The federal fisheries department is asking commercial fishermen to voluntarily avoid nine reefs in the Strait of Georgia while talks are underway to make the fishing closures official and help ensure protection of fragile glass sponges possibly the

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Toronto :: Canada | 1 month ago

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Video Video Video The ruling has prompted the Haida First Nation to threaten similar court action. And the central coast First Nations say they'll do whatever it takes to protect their fisheries. The First Nations say the fisheries should not be

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Toronto :: Canada | 1 month ago

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Video Video   Courtesy Watershed Watch Salmon Society Watch I mean, it's hard to fathom, Rollie Rose, president of Sooke Salmon Charters Ltd., said in an interview of the magnitude of the projections from the Department of Fisheries and Oceans. He

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Prince Rupert :: Canada | 1 month ago

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First Nations won a major victory Friday when a Federal Court judge granted an injunction blocking the opening this year of a herring fishery on the west coast of Vancouver Island. The decision came after an internal memo revealed Fisheries Minister

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Toronto :: Canada | 2 months ago

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A protester wearing a Grim Reaper costume stands on Parliament Hill in Ottawa during a rally to protest the federal government's cuts to science policies, on July 10, 2012 ...Brigitte Bouvier/For The Globe and Mail. video Video [We're going to be]

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Gopālpur :: Bangladesh | 3 months ago

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A 35 year old man and his younger brother, who had complained about an illegal saw mill, were hacked by a mob allegedly in the presence of a forest department officer at Antu in UP's Pratapgarh district. The incident took place Saturday at the saw

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Quebec :: Canada | 3 months ago

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One day last summer, federal scientists using the fisheries and oceans library on Quebec's Gaspe Peninsula saw a dumpster on the grounds filled with hundreds of research books and periodicals to be destroyed. A lot of employees were really shocked,

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Halifax :: Canada | 3 months ago

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Scientists across the country are expressing growing alarm that federal cutbacks to research programs monitoring areas that range from climate change and ocean habitats to public health will deprive Canadians of crucial information. What's important

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Winnipeg :: Canada | 4 months ago

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A question-and-answer session involving Prime Minister Stephen Harper was disrupted Monday when two climate change activists managed to get on stage...CP Video Watch Watch   AP Video Watch It's a loss, said Burton Ayles, a former DFO regional

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