Salmon

The Indian River estuary, which connects the ocean inlet around North Vancouver, B.C., to the freshwater river, is shown in this undated aerial photo. A new study on salmon bones dating back thousands of years shows the Tsleil-Waututh Indigenous nation around North Vancouver targeted male salmon for their meat and to sustain the fishery. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO - Tsleil-Waututh Nation

B.C. study shows sustainable management of salmon fishery before colonization

First time genetic technique was used on archeological fish remains

 

Five B.C. First Nations say salmon decision shows systemic racism at DFO

Five B.C. First Nations say salmon decision shows systemic racism at DFO

OTTAWA — Five British Columbia First Nations are challenging a federal decision…

 

Salmon expected to begin arriving soon at Fraser River landslide: DFO

Salmon expected to begin arriving soon at Fraser River landslide: DFO

Salmon expected to begin arriving soon at Fraser River landslide: DFO

 

Bitumen spill would harm swimming performance of migrating B.C. salmon: study

Bitumen spill would harm swimming performance of migrating B.C. salmon: study

VICTORIA — Salmon migrating through rivers and streams in British Columbia use…

Bitumen spill would harm swimming performance of migrating B.C. salmon: study