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Kingcome Inlet Dzawada’enuxw First Nation community members to deliver message to B.C. Premier about opposition to open net-pen fish farms

Monday, November 12th 2012 3:34:31pm

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When: Wednesday, November 14, 2012 @ noon.

What: Community members from the Broughton Archipelago and supporters will deliver a message to British Columbia Premier Christy Clark at her Vancouver Constituency office, that they do not support any renewals of open net-pen fish farm licenses (or any new licenses) in their territory.

An 11,000 + name petition opposing open net fish farms will also be delivered to the Premier.

Where: Christy Clark, Premier and MLA for Vancouver Point Grey Constituency Office,
3615 West 4th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C.



Contact: Anissa Reed @ 250-228-2872 or anissar@cablerocket.com to arrange interviews with event participants or John Macko, a hereditary chief of Wakeman Sound.

Kingcome Inlet is located approximately 300 km NW of Vancouver. First Nations between Kingcome and Knight Inlet are being pressured to support renewal of 18 salmon feedlot tenures throughout their territory.