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Recent Releases from Salmon are Sacred

Polling suggests wild salmon protection is a winning platform in BC

Published Thu, 18 Apr 2013 13:56:50 EST Read More

Media Release (Vancouver, BC) A poll conducted by Oraclepoll Research Limited suggests that candidates in the provincial election should take the issue of protecting wild salmon from salmon feedlots seriously. The poll, which interviewed 1000 British Columbia citizens between March 21st and March 28th and has a margin of error of +/-3.1 %, found that over 70 percent of those surveyed were more likely to vote for a candidate that supports the protection of wild salmon. ...... Click here to read this release

Application made to reopen Cohen Commission into the decline of Fraser River salmon

Published Tue, 24 Apr 2012 09:38:27 EST Read More

Discovery of Salmon Heart Virus Threat to Fraser Sockeye April 24, 2012 (Vancouver, BC) Today, the Aquaculture Coalition, which includes Alexandra Morton represented by Gregory McDade, submitted an application to the Cohen Commission into the decline of the Fraser Sockeye seeking to reopen hearings and examine new and significant disease findings pursuant to Rule 65. Farm salmon purchased during February 2012 in BC supermarkets tested ...... Click here to read this release

New virus found in farm salmon sold in Canadian supermarkets

Published Fri, 13 Apr 2012 09:17:20 EST Read More

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"Ottawa: Step Away from Our Fish!"

Published Tue, 6 Sep 2011 05:19:19 EST Read More

Alexandra Morton issues ‘Wild Salmon People's Manifesto' At 9:00 am, September 6, Salmon Are Sacred supporters wearing ‘Wild Salmon Warrior' tattoos gather outside the courtroom at 701 W. Georgia with ‘Stop Fish Farms' signs to demand salmon farms GET OUT! (Vancouver, B.C. Sept 6, 2011) - Alexandra Morton today issued the ‘Wild Salmon People's Manifesto' outside the Cohen Commission. The ‘Wild Salmon People's Manifest...... Click here to read this release

BC Premier Christy Clark deserves applause after release of classified salmon farm disease data, says Alexandra Morton

Published Tue, 30 Aug 2011 09:28:25 EST Read More

Interview Opportunity (Vancouver, August 30, 2011) Yesterday, in a historic moment for the coast of British Columbia, the lawyer representing the Province of B.C. at the Cohen Commission retracted her objection to the release of salmon farm disease data and the data became public. Alexandra Morton can speak to the importance of this once classified data being released through the Cohen Commission, and why she thinks salmon farms have become the gatekeeper to the Fraser sockeye ...... Click here to read this release

Cohen Commission Countdown

Published Mon, 8 Aug 2011 06:12:19 EST Read More

Media Release Cohen Commission Countdown 30 witnesses over 12 days to testify during hearings on salmon ‘Diseases' & ‘Aquaculture' Echo Bay, B.C., August 8th, 2011 - The Cohen Commission has posted its list of witnesses (www.cohencommission.ca/en/Schedule/) for the evidentiary hearings on ‘Diseases' (August 22 - 24) and ‘Aquaculture' (August 25 - September 8). Dr. Kris...... Click here to read this release