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Recent Releases from Banrock Station

One millionth Atlantic salmon begins journey to Lake Ontario

Published Wed, 28 May 2008 10:53:00 EST Read More

Attention: News, Assignment, Outdoor, Conservation Editors and Reporters Ontario Minister of Natural Resources joins representatives from Banrock Station Wines to mark historic moment (Toronto, Ontario, May 28, 2008) Ontario's Minister of Natural Resources joined representatives from Banrock Station Wines, the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters and the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) to celebrate the release the one millionth Atlantic Salmon into the Cred...... Click here to read this release



Over 600 people turn out for 15th Annual ‘Paddle the Don’

Published Mon, 5 May 2008 09:40:04 EST Read More

Over 600 people turn out for 15th Annual ‘Paddle the Don’ Portion of 2008 pledges show nearly $40,000 raised so far for rehabilitation of historic Toronto river (Toronto, May 5, 2008) Sunny skies helped brighten the spirits for 600 paddlers as they gathered yesterday morning to set off down Toronto’s Don River. The annual event is an occasion for individuals and corporate teams to raise money and create awareness about the environmental issues affecting Toronto’s Don...... Click here to read this release



Over 600 people to paddle the Don River in support of important clean up efforts for historic Toronto waterway

Published Fri, 2 May 2008 08:29:48 EST Read More

Attention: News, Assignment and Outdoor Reporters and Editors Over 600 people to paddle the Don River in support of important clean up efforts for historic Toronto waterway Corporate teams to participate in the Banrock Station Corporate Canoe Challenge as ‘Paddle the Don’ celebrates 15th anniversary (Toronto, May 2008) This Sunday, hundreds of people will grab a paddle, jump into a kayak or canoe, and float down the Don River as part of the celebrations surroun...... Click here to read this release



Credit River Tour shows how Atlantic salmon are returning after 150 year absence

Published Mon, 4 Jun 2007 15:58:15 EST Read More

Media Release - For Immediate Release *High quality photos available Port Credit River an important location for the Bring Back the Salmon project (Toronto, June 4, 2007) Today, international wetland and conservation expert Tony Sharley joined Atlantic Salmon Program Coordinator Chris Robinson from the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters to lead a tour of the Credit River where the Bring Back the Salmon program is helping to re-introduce a native species to Lake Ontario and the...... Click here to read this release



Bring Back the Salmon Credit River Tour with Tony Sharley

Published Thu, 31 May 2007 13:21:18 EST Read More

Port Credit River to host Atlantic salmon reintroduction media tour Port Credit, Streetsville Dam, Norval Dam, Belfountain Conservation Area and Rogers Creek?all important sites for salmon Journalists are invited to join Tony Sharley, the Manager of Australia's Banrock Station, a world-renowned rehabilitated wetland and home to The Wine and Wetlands Centre, on a tour of Atlantic salmon reintroduction sites along the Credit River on Monday, June 4, 2007, beginning at 10 a.m. He will be jo...... Click here to read this release