Monthly Archives: September 2009

OCT 4, 8:00 AM BIRD COUNTERS MEET AT HS INN

Subject: SECS Bird Count – Oct. 4, 2009 To all birders: Our Squamish Estuary Monthly Bird Count will be held on Sunday, Oct. 4, 2009.   It will not be hard for most of us to remember that we will now  meet … Continue reading

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Judicial Inquiry into Fisheries and Oceans Handling of Fraser River Sockeye Collapse is Essential to Preservation of this Fishery

Judicial Inquiry into Fisheries and Oceans Handling of Fraser River Sockeye Collapse is Essential to Preservation of this Fishery Time is of the essence and you are now a group 18,000 strong, you are  the biggest single voice for the … Continue reading

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ASHLU PINKS

Squamish Streamkeepers Update September 12/09 Ashlu Channels Pink Salmon counts-Final Totals for 2009             All channels were counted to compare with previous mid-Sept counts. With high and silty water only live and dead fish seen were counted which means many … Continue reading

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DFO Minister Gail Shea: There has NOT been a coast-wide collapse across all Pacific salmon species

See blog for further information:   http://alexandramorton.typepad.com/    Dear Minister Shea: On August 26 you sent duplicate letters to many people dismissing the impact of salmon farms on British Columbia. I can only imagine the response to collapse of the world’s largest … Continue reading

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CAAR was informed last night by two Assistant Deputy Ministers that the Province of BC has decided to relinquish all control and management of marine fin-fish aquaculture to the Federal government.

Forwarded by Graham Girard of the Wild Salmon Circle, Hi all, A message from the CAAR team – feel free to circulate to other interested parties:   CAAR was informed last night by two Assistant Deputy Ministers that the Province … Continue reading

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Conversation to Join to Save Wild Salmon

from ALEXANDRA MORTON  Hello The enormous public concern over the collapse of Fraser sockeye has motivated me to build a blog so that we can communicate about what is happening, what is known and what needs to be done.  Many … Continue reading

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