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A BC fish farm. File photo
Karl Nerenberg | In 1992, concerned scientists described a series of danger signs for the planet. Twenty five years later, all but one of those dangers signs are worse.
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Adult Sockeye Salmon encounter a waterfall on their way up-river to spawn.
Dan Lewis | Wild salmon fisheries have all but collapsed in Norway, but it's not too late for B.C. to adopt new technologies to mitigate harmful effects of fish farming.
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Stephen Leahy | A new salmon farm in Clayoquot Sound on Vancouver Island was dismantled and hauled away last week after being occupied by members of Ahousaht First Nation and local supporters from Tofino.
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Scott Neigh | Eddie Gardner and Dawn Morrison talk about the Wild Salmon Caravan, a journey from B.C.'s headwaters to the sea in defence of wild salmon, water and Indigenous sovereignty.
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Brent Patterson | Between 1994 and 2012, 80 complaints have been filed with the Commission on Environmental Co-operation. Eighty-five per cent of those submissions have been dismissed or terminated.
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David Suzuki | Salmon farming is set to expand on B.C.'s coast, but despite improvements, the industry has yet to go far enough to get the green light from Seafood Watch in the U.S. and SeaChoice in Canada.
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Redeye Collective | The federal government recently approved a major expansion to B.C.'s fish farm sector despite warnings by the Cohen commission about the effects of net-based farms on wild salmon.
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David Suzuki | One year ago, the Cohen Commission released its final report on declining Fraser River salmon, with 75 strong recommendations. Why has the government failed to act?
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Redeye Collective | When biologist Alexandra Morton discovers B.C.'s wild salmon are testing positive for viruses associated with salmon farming, a chain of events is set off by government to suppress the findings.
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Mordecai Briemberg | A virus that has proved highly contagious among farmed Atlantic salmon has been found in wild fish on B.C.'s Central Coast.
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Bill Henderson | Are we acting with due diligence to future generations? Is ideological orthodoxy keeping us in denial about how we govern ourselves? B.C.'s fossil fuel expansion is a crime against humanity.
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Krystalline Kraus | For years, First Nations and British Columbians have asked the Norwegian-owned industry to move their salmon farms out of wild salmon habitat and into closed containment. Now a call for action.