DFO plans to hold consultations with seven First Nations ahead of December licence renewal.
First Nation leaders, fishers and non-governmental organizations are calling on the federal government to remove…
B.C. First Nation files Aboriginal Rights lawsuit against Canada over salmon farms in their territory
The Dzawada’enuxw First Nation of Kingcome is taking legal action against Canada to remove 10…
The elected chief councillor of Kwikwasut’inuxw Haxwa’mis First Nation in the Broughton Archipelago says the province’s new policy on fish farms is a big step toward implementing the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP).
The Dzawada’enuxw First Nation of Kingcome Inlet filed a claim of Aboriginal title in British Columbia’s Supreme Court that affects ten fish farms in their traditional territory that they say are operating without their consent.
Cermaq Canada, a salmon farming company now a fully owned subsidiary of the Mitsubushi Corporation, is dealing with a sea lice infestation using a number of methods including hydrogen peroxide.
Hereditary Chief Ernest Alfred and his niece Karissa Glendale say they have no intention of stopping their work trying to shut down a fish farm on their traditional territory.
Canada’s environmental watchdog says the federal government isn’t properly managing the risks that farmed salmon pose to wild salmon, nor is it doing enough to ensure Canada is meeting its international commitments on biodiversity and sustainable development.
Two protestors are vowing to continue their fight against the fish farm industry despite a B.C court ruling that granted injunctions against them.