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LIVE FROM THIS MORNING: Tofino, B.C. farmed salmon processing plant effluent pipe discharging diseased salmon blood directly into the Clayoquot Sound UNESCO biosphere reserve.
If you missed the live stream yesterday, you can still catch the Blood Water camera on our Facebook page
If you missed the live stream yesterday, you can still catch the Blood Water camera on our Facebook page . 80% of farmed salmon in B.C. are infected with Piscine reovirus. Viruses are designed to mutate; putting PRV in the water is putting wild Pacific Salmon and other species at risk. Canadians need to know what's going on in their waters.Read More
October 28, 2017 - VANCOUVER, BC, Coast Salish Territories – Lawyers at West Coast Environmental Law are pleased to see the progress the federal government has made in marine conservation over the past two years, which was highlighted today during ... Read More
October 11, 2017 Vancouver, BC Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, Fisheries and Oceans Canada The Government of Canada and the Coastal First Nations are committed to working together to advance a more collaborative and efficient approach to the ... Read More
Bella Bella, BC (Wednesday, October 11, 2017) – This week marks the one-year anniversary of the oil spill in Bella Bella. With the community’s recovery efforts undermined by government and Kirby Corporation’s refusal to take responsibility for the ... Read More