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Recent Releases from Salmon and Sea Lice

Letter demanding Fisheries Act be applied to salmon farms attracts 9,000 signatures in one month

Published Fri, 27 Mar 2009 09:57:00 EST Read More

British Columbia Fisheries critic, NDP MLA Robin Austin tables Letter addressed to Federal Minister of Fisheries and Premier Campbell demanding Fisheries Act be applied to salmon "farms" Letter written by biologist Alexandra Morton, signed by 9,758 citizens in less than one month (March 26, 2009, Victoria, B.C.) Robin Austin MLA for Skeena and Opposition Critic for Fisheries "tabled" a letter today in the Legislature calling on the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans Canada the ...... Click here to read this release



Scientific report says sea lice has spread to British Columbia’s most lucrative fish stock

Published Mon, 31 Mar 2008 17:27:08 EST Read More

*High resolution images of juvenile salmon infected with sea lice are available Scientific report says sea lice has spread to British Columbia’s most lucrative fish stock Campbell River Salmon and Herring worth nearly $80 million to province last year Echo Bay, British Columbia, March 31, 2008 - The latest scientific paper on sea lice reports that infestations have spread to juvenile pink, chum, and sockeye salmon as well as juvenile herring near Campbell River fi...... Click here to read this release