The panel: Binny Paul (LJI reporter for Campbell River Mirror), Rochelle Baker (LJI reporter for Cortes and Quadra Islands, National Observer), Roy L Hales (editor of Cortes Currents) and Ashley Zarbatany (Folk U Radio’s new political and climate commentator).Continue reading Reporter Roundtable: Fish farms and seaweed production
[Revisiting Phillips Arms fish farm is the second half of a Cortes Currents special on fish farms, that will be broadcast over Cortes Radio on Sat, Feb 13, and repeated Wed, Feb 17, 2021. Click here to access the other podcast in this special]
I decided to finish this hour off by revisiting the story of a visit I took to a fish farm, more than four years ago.
Some people will call this program one sided, which is what happens when you interview the people on one side of an argument.Continue reading Revisiting Phillips Arm fish farm
One of the reasons that Alexandra Morton is running for the Green Party in this election is that “over the last twenty years, I’ve seen the politics and policies that are killing off the wild salmon of this coast are also destroying our communities.” However fish farms are overseen by the Fisheries and Oceans Canada, not the provincial legislature. So I asked Alexandra, what can an MLA do about fish farms?Continue reading election 2020: What can an MLA do about fish farms?
Editors note: The following article contains a number of disturbing statements for which no supporting evidence, or links, have been provided, as well as some equally disturbing statements confirmed by a quick google search.
September 30, 2020 is the last day, in this round, to contact the Federal Government to act on their promise to Get Fish Farms out of the Discovery Islands waters. The 12 million dollar, year long Cohen Commission recommended their removal 8 years ago.Continue reading Get Fish Farms out of the Discovery Islands