Trudeau Sets 2025 Deadline To Remove B.C. Fish Farms

By Jennifer Feinberg, -

But that one promise provided a long-awaited positive sign for independent biologist Alexandra Morton, and Skwah First Nation elder Eddie Gardner, who have both been fighting for years to see [...]

Boycott Factory Farm Foods: But Don’t Forget The Fish

By Ronnie Cummins, -

Factory farming and fish production are now a multi-trillion-dollar monster with a growing and devastating impact on public health, animal welfare, small farmers and farmworkers, rural and [...]

Fish Farm Protesters Continue Fight Against Industry

By Laurie Hamelin, -

Molina Dawson and Karissa Glendale are vowing to continue their fight against the fish farm industry despite a British Columbia Supreme Court ruling that granted injunctions to two companies [...]

First Nations Occupy Fish Farms In British Columbia To Force Action

By Brandon Jordan, -

By Brandon Jordan for Waging Nonviolence - The sign outside the protest encampment on Midsummer Island in British Columbia, Canada, is a blunt summation of what its inhabitants — indigenous [...]

Original Peoples, Sovereignty, Industry, And Salmon

By Kim Petersen, -

By Kim Petersen for American Herald Tribune - LAX KXEEN3 – In January, a two-day Salmon Nation Summit discussed the science behind a corporation’s bid to set up industry in salmon habitat, [...]

Ahousaht First Nations Continue Boat Blockade Against Cermaq

By West Coast Native News, -

By West Coast Native News - Members of a Vancouver Island First Nation are vowing to risk arrest rather than allow an international fish farming company to anchor an open-net salmon farm north of [...]

Study: Shellfish Face High Risk From Ocean Acidification

By Siri Srinivas, -

As oceans become more acidic, the US shellfish business is facing “high economic risk” in 15 out of 23 coastal states, according to a study published Monday in the Nature Climate Change journal. [...]