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First Nation revealed yesterday morning at a press conference that it seeks to re-launch a class-action lawsuit against the B.C. and federal governments to ultimately force the closure of commercial open net-pen fish farms in Broughton Archipelago...
Which food revelation was more shocking this week? Did it blow you away that low levels of a fungicide that isn't approved in the U.S. were discovered in some orange juice sold here?...Or was it the news that Brazil, where the
It has been reported that close to 800 tons of fish have either died or rotted in fish farms nea Taal volcano near Manila. The fish deaths started last week. officials have stopped the sales of rotting fish which
EDT A landmark migration study on the West Coast that tracked thousands of young salmon as they swam down rivers and then went out to sea has upended one of the longest-held tenets of fisheries science. Until David Welch and his colleagues surgically
Green Party leader Elizabeth May called Friday for an end to open net-cage fish farms in order to protect wild salmon off the British Columbia coast. "After I am elected to Parliament on Monday, the Green party will be positioned to push louder than
British Columbia biologist and salmon activist Alexandra Morton has been very busy lately asking politicians in Canada`s forthcoming election (May 2nd!) where they stand on the issue of open net fish farms of the BC coastline. In this video
All we are saying..is give fish a chance! Biologist and Wild Salmon activist Alexandra Morton ( along with the Wild Salmon People) have decided to use the Federal Election in Canada as a platform to put the debate between Fish Farms &
Alexandra Morton has been a woman on a mission. This dedicated biologist began studying Orcas (Killer Whales) in the misty fjoirds of coastal British Columbia, Canada. This study lead to an interest in the whale's main food source..wild salmon.
They will now be transferred to commercial fish farms across north Queensland, where they will continue growing. Northern Fisheries Centre principal scientist Richard Knuckey said the Queensland groper grew much faster than most species of fish,
BC biologist Alexandra Morton has been front and centre giving a voice to wild salmon over the past few years. She organized the "March for Migration" last May that saw thousands of people walk, paddle and converge on the BC legislature in support