Fishermen fear continued erosion of B.C. herring industry

Mar 17, 2014 - Exports of West Coast herring roe to Japan have varied dramatically during the past five years, which has forced B.C.’s herring fleet to pursue markets in other Asian countries    Full Article


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Impact of B.C. river power projects on fish unclear

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Fishermen fear continued erosion of B.C. herring

Mar 17, 2014 - Exports of West Coast herring roe to Japan have varied dramatically during the past five years, which has... Full Article



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Impact of B.C. river power projects on fish unclear

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Oil and gas wins, fish lose with changes to Fisheries Act, say environmentalists

Nov 25, 2013 - Changes to Canada’s fisheries legislation that came into force November 25 could help speed up resource development at the expense of... Full Article

Commercial fisheries decision-making should consider factors beyond economic value: study

Nov 07, 2013 - Marine-use policies must consider the value of British Columbia's commercial fisheries that extend beyond just financial considerations, and... Full Article

First Nations leaders sign fisheries MOU with federal government

Sep 24, 2013 - Leaders of the BC Assembly of First Nations, the Union of BC Indian Chiefs and the First Nations Summit met with Minister of Fisheries and Oceans... Full Article

Local fishery caught by Cohen report inaction

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Richmond’s Albion Fisheries announces new sustainability initiative

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Conservationists accuse Alaskans of depleting B.C. salmon stocks

Jul 18, 2013 - B.C. salmon-protection groups want Alaskan fishery managers to stop fishers from catching Skeena River sockeye salmon in Alaskan waters before... Full Article

B.C. Dungeness crab fishermen angered by fishery closure

Jul 09, 2013 - North Coast crab fishermen are pulling $100,000 worth of support for important Dungeness crab surveys, following a decision by the Department of... Full Article




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