Tria Donaldson

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Tria Donaldson is a youth activist with roots in the environmental movement, anti-poverty work, and Indigenous Rights. She is currently the Pacific Coast Campaigner at the Wilderness Committee, and volunteering with Leadnow.ca.

The Cohen Commission into salmon farms: A look at disease and aquaculture

The way it should be: The wild salmon run at Adam's River in British Columbia's interior in 2010. Photo: John Biehler/Flickr
The Cohen Commission is an incredible opportunity to get the truth about what is going on in fish farms.

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