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Recent Releases from Wild Salmon are Sacred

Fish farms operating without valid Crown Land tenures

Published Mon, 23 Aug 2010 12:17:01 EST Read More

Fish farms operating without valid Crown Land tenures Biologist applies for expired salmon feedlot licenses (August 23, 2010, Broughton Archipelago) Salmon Feedlots in the Broughton Archipelago are operating on Crown Land tenures that have been expired for years. This week biologist Alexandra Morton has applied for these licences to return them to their natural state to grow wild fish to the much greater benefit of British Columbians and the BC economy. Crown Land is public land...... Click here to read this release



Government memos reveal fish farmers pressure government to keep sea lice treatment secret, six years before biologist Alexandra Morton made it public

Published Wed, 26 May 2010 16:24:08 EST Read More

Government memos reveal fish farmers pressure government to keep sea lice treatment secret, six years before biologist Alexandra Morton made it public (May 26, Sointula) A series of government memos reveal a heated debate in 1995 over a sea louse outbreak on a farm salmon on the Fraser sockeye migration route (Okisollo Channel). In 1995, a salmon farm requested permission to use hydrogen peroxide to treat an extremely heavy outbreak of sea lice on their fish. When the Ministry of Envi...... Click here to read this release



Get Out Migration Update for Saturday, May 8, 2010

Published Fri, 7 May 2010 16:02:38 EST Read More

Media Advisory-Get Out Migration Update for Saturday May 8th Victoria - The End of the Line for Wild Salmon? First Nations, fishermen, wilderness tourism businesses, schoolchildren, coastal communities, MLAs and MPs are all walking beside Alexandra Morton into Victoria today for the final leg of the 480 km Get Out Migration. The final 30km of Salmon Are Sacred's migration for wild salmon starts at the Shaw Ocean Discovery Centre in Sidney at 8am with everyone welcome to ...... Click here to read this release



Three Days to Victoria - Schooling for Wild Salmon

Published Thu, 6 May 2010 10:49:17 EST Read More

Media Advisory - Get Out Migration Update (Thursday May 6th) Three Days to Victoria - Schooling for Wild Salmon The Get Out Migration is massing together for the final push to the BC Legislature (and a rally at 4 pm on May 8) with public events in Ladysmith, Duncan and Sidney. Today (May 6), Alexandra Morton will speak to schoolchildren at Ladysmith Primary School from 9am and walk to Duncan for a 5pm event at Civic Square. The migration will be swelled by suppor...... Click here to read this release



Stand Up for the Backbone of BC's Coast

Published Tue, 4 May 2010 13:30:50 EST Read More

Stand Up for the Backbone of BC's Coast Show some spine, Mr Campbell, by showing up on May 8 in Victoria Snaw-Naw-As, May 4th, 2010 - The Premier of British Columbia was today challenged to stand up for B.C.'s premiere wilderness tourism business economy and #1 icon: Pacific wild salmon. In a letter sent today (May 4) to Gordon Campbell, Alexandra Morton made a personal plea for the B.C. Government to put wild salmon first and join her on the steps of the B.C. Parliament in V...... Click here to read this release



Get Out Migration Update - Five Days to Victoria!

Published Mon, 3 May 2010 13:40:41 EST Read More

Media Advisory - Get Out Migration Update Five Days to Victoria Streams of Support Picking up Steam The Get Out Migration enters the final leg of the long walk to the BC Legislature (and a rally at 4 pm on May 8) this week with public events and opportunities to join Alexandra Morton and her growing band of supporters on the road. Note: Multiple events planned for May 4 Tomorrow's (May 4) migration to Nanaimo will be lead by Ittatsoo Eld...... Click here to read this release