Department of Fisheries and Oceans

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The hunt for B.C.’s most notorious fisherman

Scott Steer made a career flouting Canada’s commercial fishing laws and the officers who enforce them. One dreary night in Vancouver, it all caught up to him.
A landslide along the Fraser River created a waterfall that spawning salmon couldn’t cross; an innovative system gives them passage (Courtesy of Peter Kiewit Sons ULC.)

The B.C. river where salmon are whisked to safety in a giant pressurized tube

A rock slide blocked tens of thousands of salmon from reaching their spawning grounds in the Fraser River. Officials have found an innovative temporary solution.
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The real fallout from Fukushima

’You can go ahead and eat the fish.’ Colby Cosh on the actual impact of the spread of radioactive seawater from Japan
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When science goes silent

With the muzzling of scientists, Harper’s obsession with controlling the message verges on the Orwellian
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Reeling in a big one

The Department of Fisheries and Oceans needs to meet with the fishermen and BC Ferries to set up a plan
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Something fishy in B.C.

The latest foe in the war over salmon farms? Rapacious Norwegians.