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Marine Protection

Celebrating World Oceans Day from #StreamToSea

In the leadup to #WorldOceansDay on June 8th, we are celebrating Canada’s watersheds. More than 28 million Canadians live inland with only 13% of people living within 20 km of the ocean. However, no matter where you are, in Canada or the world, you still reside in a watershed.

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Police Act Reform Submission

Pacific Wild’s submission to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia for review and consideration with a specific focus on the BC Conservation Officer Service’s role as a law enforcement service provider in British Columbia

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The Economic Value of Pacific Herring is in Declining

The Declining Economic Value of Pacific Herring

Herring fishers are making a fraction of what they made decades ago, for the same quantity of fish. Not only has the price of herring declined, but herring populations throughout B.C. have displayed a long term decline in size-at-age, making them less desirable to fishers.

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Counting is Key

Salmon Counting Projects on the Coast

Salmon monitoring programs are truly our only window into the status of salmon on the central and north coast of BC. Without proper annual stock assessments the status of wild salmon is at best a guess.

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