Judge Cohen must hear from all of you.  He is making a significant effort by traveling throughout the Province before the hearings begin.  Please consider showing up at these meetings.   Kamloops – Oct. 21,  6:30pm – 9:30 pm Coast Canadian Hotel (Collonade Rm)  339 St. Paul St.  

Alexandra Morton and the Watershed Watch have been granted standing in the Cohen Commission of Inquiry into the Decline of Sockeye Salmon in the Fraser River, in the hopes of seeing more record breaking returns of Fraser sockeye in the future.  They have been working diligently with the Conservation Coalition to prepare evidence to inform the Commission and will be providing both written and verbal testimony to the Commission at the hearings that are beginning this month.  For more information on our work to protect Fraser sockeye, see the Watershed Watch Salmon Conservation page. 

Please consider joining Alexandra Morton and telling your contacts about the October 25th walk from Vanier Park (where the canoes will land) to the Commission office.  Unless this is huge we will never learn the truth about the diseases our Fraser sockeye are swimming through as they run the salmon feedlot gauntlet. 

You can follow Alexandra on the expedition at:

You can find out about the events at

To form a voting block, with Alexandra see

Thank you all for your enormous support.

For more information on the Cohen Commission, participants and hearing schedules, visit
You may make your Public Submission directly to the Cohen Commission via the website:

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