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MP Rachel Blaney wants a transition plan for fish farm workers

National Observer, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

A West Coast MP is urging Ottawa to craft a transition plan with those affected by the potential employment and economic impacts of a recent decision to phase out fish farms in the Discovery Islands.

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There will be a plan To address fisheries and job losses in The Discovery Islands

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There will be a plan to help displaced fish farm workers, and threatened wild salmon stocks, in the Discovery Islands. 

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transition plan for aquaculture workers: Blaney meeting with Minister

Campbell River Mirror, Local Journalism Reporter

North Island- Powell River MP Rachel Blaney will meet federal fisheries minister Bernadette Jordan on Monday, Jan. 11 to discuss the implementation of a transition plan for aquaculture workers in her riding. 

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Will there be a Federal election in 2021?

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Only weeks ago, Canada was on the verge of a Federal election. If the NDP had stood beside the Conservative party, they could have toppled the Trudeau government. Our Member of Parliament, Rachel Blaney, explains why they didn’t and what she thinks the prospects are for a Federal election in 2021. 

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Annamie Paul in conversation

This program was funded by a grant from the Community Radio Fund of Canada and the Government of Canada’s Local Journalism Initiative

There could be a federal election next Spring and Green party leader Annamie Paul is looking for promising candidates. Also, the Canadian Government is expected to release its proposed climate legislation on Monday. These were a couple of the ideas mentioned Saturday, when the North Island-Powell River Greens hosted a ZOOM conference entitled Annamie Paul in conversation. 

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