Tag Archive: Salmon Links

May 30 2012

Thanks to everyone supporting Lumby's Alexandra Morton event.

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Although this note is long overdue, I would like to sincerely thank Mayor Acton and Councillors Hodge and Fisher for attending Alexandra Morton’s presentation and thank you Alex and Anissa for your great presentation. For those who couldn’t attend, here’s a short primer: Alexandra Morton went into BC supermarkets and purchased diseased salmon that were …

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May 15 2012

Wanted Alive! #BuyAFishTest_BeAHero $200 buys one #SalmonVirusFishTest – protect #WildSalmon http://www.gofundme.com/SalmonDiseaseTestingFund

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$200 buys one high quality lab test. If you believe that Wild Salmon are Canada’s national treasure – we are counting on you to contribute. Thanks very much http://www.gofundme.com/SalmonDiseaseTestingFund

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Sep 02 2010

Just Say No to Frankenfish

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GE farmed salmon will also carry with them all of the health hazards of other farmed salmon,

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Aug 20 2010

DFO – recalculating First Nations salmon – EDITED

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I am re-posting my opinion about the First Nation’s Protest over sport fishing in Osoyoos to clarify my language. I received a very concerned e-mail from someone who knows that DFO field workers support the Osoyoos First Nation by supplying a fishing boat, hatchery fish, fish counting and tagging as well as collecting dead fish. …

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Feb 26 2010

My letter to Lumby Valley Times 26th February, 2010

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The Siska First Nation sends their appreciation to the kind people of Lumby, Cherryville and Vernon for sending 141 cans of wild salmon. Bill Chu made arrangements with Art Manuel from Coldstream for delivery (over 60 pounds). Thank you Art Manuel. You can read Bill’s e-mail at my blog: priscillajudd.ca/thexpress (spelled “theXpress” but written in …

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Feb 17 2010

Inquiry and protest

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We rent our ocean space to Norwegian fish farms while a coalition of NGO’s can’t resolve the problem. Oh Canada, slum landlord of the ocean, I am so ashamed.

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Feb 16 2010

Salmon run

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So, the point of this blog is to bring attention to the disaster of BC salmon – feed the people – figure out what went wrong – then fix the problem. How hard can it be? I’ll post letters from officials. You post your comments and suggestions on what needs to be investigated – and together we’ll go fish.

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