Abbotsford, BC – We held two boycott rallies at this Costco in Abbotsford, and we were asked to leave on both occasions. We politely declined to go away until we were finished our usual one hour boycott, on both occasions. The first one was in May, 2013…Read More...
Get Fish Farms out of the BC Coast!
Three Norwegian companies own close to 98% of the fish farms on the migration routes of Fraser River wild salmon. These companies use the fundamentally flawed feedlot technology, as they are floating sewers, essentially a free waste-treatment system…Read More...
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May 11, 2014, 7:40 PM | Do salmon farms help or hurt the declining wild salmon population? Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports on the controversy surrounding the multibillion dollar industry.
60 Minutes has certified the issue of impact of salmon farms on wild salmon. They took BC salmon farming practices into the homes of North Americans who are eating farmed salmon and thus paying this industry to continue. They made some interesting points – the most disturbing is in the final interview, which is with Brian Wallace – senior lawyer for the Cohen Commission. Normally a very self-assured, well spoken man, Wallace stutters through the question from Sanjay Gupta refering to my work:
“She makes a claim that ISA virus has been found in the waters and the fish of British Columbia. Is that true?”
He seems unable to find an answer. When Gupta asks if it is too late, Wallace says, “I hope not.”
“Hope” is not enough given what these salmon mean to us and do for us.
– Alexandra Morton: 60 Minutes Airs Show on BC Salmon Farming