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Recent Releases from Wild Salmon People

Alexandra Morton begins campaigning for wild salmon today

Published Wed, 13 Apr 2011 11:03:31 EST Read More

Interview Opportunity (Sointula, B.C., April 13, 2011) The VoteSalmon.ca campaign kicks off today in Campbell River at Spirit Square at 12 noon. From there, in the days leading up to the federal election, Morton will travel to campaign offices throughout Vancouver Island and southern BC to ask federal candidates whether they stand for wild salmon and our communities. Candidates will be asked if they will remove the salmon feedlots from BC waters if they get elected. "Wild sal...... Click here to read this release



BC voters need to know: Which federal candidates have the backbone to stand up and protect wild salmon

Published Tue, 5 Apr 2011 13:08:21 EST Read More

Media Release Alexandra Morton begins election education campaign (Broughton Archipelago, B.C., April 05, 2011) Alexandra Morton has launched a "Vote Salmon" campaign. It is designed to help voters make a more informed decision on Election Day. Beginning April 13th, Morton will visit numerous candidate campaign offices in British Columbia seeking the candidates who support - wild salmon. Her findings will be reported at www.Votesa...... Click here to read this release



A people’s movement to change the course of BC politics

Published Mon, 4 Oct 2010 14:16:59 EST Read More

Media Release A people’s movement to change the course of BC politics (Adams River, Oct. 4) After 18 years of decline, the 2010 Fraser River Sockeye return was so big it fed whales, eagles and a $500 million commercial fishery as the fish moved down the coast. They are now transporting 45 million kilograms of ocean nutrients deep into the interior of the province. The implications are staggering. People and salmon came to British Columbia 1000s of y...... Click here to read this release