Fraser River sturgeon fishery: Study says fish get stressed.

A new international study is raising serious questions about a lucrative catch-and-release sport fishery for threatened white sturgeon in the lower Fraser River...

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Watershed Talk - Fraser Salmon Report

This is the first official 2016 Fraser Salmon Update in Watershed Talk. For 2016, I will be summarizing the Fraser sockeye forecasts and the Fraser River Panel in-season adopted run sizes at...

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GIS Training at the Coastal Training Centre

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are used daily by First Nations technicians and professionals to help achieve the goals of their organizations.

If you work in any of the following areas GIS skills can be used to reach these goals and further your career: Treaty Negotiations, Referrals, Cultural Heritage (TUS), Forestry or Natural Resource Management, Fisheries, Housing, Lands, Health Care, Education etc.

8-week course starts on September 6th, 2016

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Brenda Leighton
Tel. 250-627-8822
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Fraser Salmon Allocation Swap

Proposed Fraser salmon allocation swap an issue of law, First Nations spokesperson says.

A proposal that would transfer part of the Fraser River chinook salmon allocation from recreational fishermen to First Nations groups is a bid to uphold the law regarding First Nations fishing rights.

That's according to Ken Malloway, chair of the Lower Fraser Fisheries Alliance, which represents 30 bands on the lower Fraser.

Ken Malloway of LFFA

[ photo courtesy of Abbotsford News ]

Read more on Abbotsford News: http://www.abbynews.com/news/380834181.html

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