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Recent Releases from Salmon and Sacred

MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY for Wild Salmon

Published Thu, 31 Mar 2011 07:58:38 EST Read More

Media Release Alexandra Morton echoes distress call to stop feedlots spreading diseases Rally at BC Legislature (Echo Bay, B.C. March 31, 2011) Following revelations at the Cohen Inquiry that government suppressed information on critical viral infections in Fraser sockeye, the Get Out Migration marches on with 'Mayday for Wild Salmon.' Starting on 14th April in Vancouver, Alexandra Morton and the Wild Salmon People will travel to communities asking people to le...... Click here to read this release



Two thousand people call on the BC government to concede that they have failed to renew salmon feedlot land tenures - it is time to remove the pens

Published Wed, 1 Dec 2010 11:23:55 EST Read More

Media Release For Immediate release – Echo Bay, B.C. – Six days ago “A Digital Gathering” began and 2,098 people have signed. “Out of respect for the law of this land, the Broughton First Nations and future generations, we recognize that the land tenures under the salmon feedlots in Broughton have expired. We the under-signed affirm that the region known as the Broughton Archipelago (between and including Kingcome and Knight Inlets and west through Drury I...... Click here to read this release



Justice for Wild Salmon

Published Mon, 25 Oct 2010 10:53:29 EST Read More

Media Release Cohen Commission challenged to open the can of worms of salmon farming (Jericho Beach, Vancouver, October 25, 2010) – The Wild Salmon People will stream to the opening of the Cohen Commission later today at the end of a 7-day journey which began by rafting through Hell’s Gate. Justice Cohen will be presented with a Sacred Salmon scroll signed by people throughout the Fraser River watershed. Alexandra Morton launches from Jericho Beach at 8.30am in ...... Click here to read this release



Paddle for Wild Salmon Update (October 24) – Musqueam to Jericho Beach

Published Sun, 24 Oct 2010 10:54:11 EST Read More

Media Advisory The Wild Salmon People muster in English Bay/Jericho Beach Salmon Are Sacred’s ‘Paddle for Wild Salmon’ launches from Musqueam at 11am this morning destined for Jericho Beach in Vancouver (2pm arrival). If the weather is hostile the paddlers will walk from Musqueam down one of the Lost Creeks of Vancouver to False Creek and paddle to Jericho Beach. A ‘Calling Wild Salmon People’ mass gathering will take place in Jericho Beach from 12 N...... Click here to read this release



Paddle for Wild Salmon Update (October 23) – Pitt Meadows to Musqueam via New Westminster

Published Sat, 23 Oct 2010 09:24:11 EST Read More

Media Advisory Fraser River Discovery Centre and Musqueam Indian Band hosts the paddlers Salmon Are Sacred’s ‘Paddle for Wild Salmon’ launches from Katzie First Nation (Pitt Meadows) at 8am this morning destined for Musqueam this afternoon (4pm arrival). A Musqueam boat will welcome the paddlers into Musqueam territory at the Port Mann bridge. At 10am the paddlers will land at the Fraser River Discovery Centre in New Westminster for a press conference host...... Click here to read this release



Paddle for Wild Salmon Update (October 22) – Matsqui to Katzie

Published Fri, 22 Oct 2010 13:14:42 EST Read More

Media Advisory The Wild Salmon People pass half-way in their journey to Vancouver Salmon Are Sacred’s ‘Paddle for Wild Salmon’ launches from Matsqui (Abbotsford) at 10am this morning destined for Pitt Meadows where they will be hosted by Katzie First Nation. The paddlers will be joined by a canoe team at the confluence of the Stave River and will pull into Katzie at 4pm. The seven-day journey which started by rafting to Hope through Hell’s Gate arrives in...... Click here to read this release



Cohen Commission challenged to open the can of worms of salmon farming

Published Thu, 21 Oct 2010 15:26:41 EST Read More

Media Release It is time for the salmon feedlots to prove they are not killing wild salmon (Chilliwack, B.C., October 21, 2010) - Salmon Are Sacred released a new film today – “Salmon Farm Diseases and Sockeye” – and called on the Cohen Commission to order the release of the disease records of all the salmon feedlots discharging pathogens into the migration route of the Fraser sockeye. To watch the film online please click here: ...... Click here to read this release



Paddle for Wild Salmon Update (October 20) – “Hope to Skwah (Chilliwack)”

Published Wed, 20 Oct 2010 12:07:05 EST Read More

Media Release “Hope for Wild Salmon” – The Journey to Vancouver begins with Sacred Salmon ceremony Salmon Are Sacred’s ‘Paddle for Wild Salmon’ launches this morning in Hope. The five-day paddle arrives into Vanier Park in Vancouver on Monday (25th) with a march across Burrard Bridge to the opening of the Cohen Commission to support Justice Cohen in his investigation of the truth about our wild salmon First Nations leaders will be out in force supporti...... Click here to read this release



From Hell to Hope - Alexandra Morton rafts through Hell’s Gate

Published Mon, 18 Oct 2010 15:48:39 EST Read More

Media Release From Hell to Hope - Alexandra Morton rafts through Hell’s Gate (Hope, B.C., October 18, 2010) – The Wild Salmon People are gathering momentum with a raft through Hell’s Gate tomorrow (19th) and the launch of the ‘Paddle for Wild Salmon’ from Hope on Wednesday (20th). Salmon Are Sacred’s tour of the Fraser watershed reaches Lillooet tonight (18th) with an evening event hosted by Salmon Talks at the Cayoose Creek Band Office. Dr. Ale...... Click here to read this release



Mission for Wild Salmon – Alexandra Morton tours the Fraser River basin

Published Tue, 28 Sep 2010 12:59:41 EST Read More

Media Release Mission for Wild Salmon – Alexandra Morton tours the Fraser River basin (Mission, B.C., September 28, 2010) - Salmon Are Sacred kicks off their tour of the Fraser River watershed on Friday (1st October) with a guest appearance by Dr. Alexandra Morton at the Mission Film Festival’s “In Praise of Wild Salmon” event followed by a visit to the Adams River ‘Salute to Sockeye’ festival (3rd October). The Fraser River tour will include meet...... Click here to read this release