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Mount Polley Eyewitness Video

It was a dark and stormy night—October 21st—the night of Clayoquot Action’s Mount Polley Eyewitness Report presentation in

Dan Lewis at the Mount Polley tailing breach

Mount Polley eyewitness

(This year on BC Day, in the wee hours of the morning, the tailings dam at Imperial Metals’

Oil-free Clayoquot!

The 1989 Nestucca spill hits Long BeachHer yellow rain gear smeared with crude oil, Valerie Langer is standing

Long live Fish Lake!

By Joe Foy, Wilderness Committee National Campaign Director A couple of weeks ago our office at the Wilderness

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Salmon Farming

Sea lions trapped!

You know your story has really taken off when media starts calling—from Poland! Two dozen sea lions trapped in an open-net pen fish farm near

Salmon farms are herring farms

A week ago last Saturday I was at home drinking coffee with Bonny, when the ocean out front began turning turquoise. There had been lots

Fish Farms: Yes or No DFO?

by Dan Lewis with Alexandra Morton Every fall for the past quarter century, I’ve eagerly anticipated the return of Chum salmon spawners to a handful

Stop Cermaq’s Clayoquot Expansion

Wild salmon populations are close to collapse in British Columbia. With all the debate about salmon farming, you’d think fish farm companies would see the

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Indigenous Rights

Ahousahts’ vision

Hereditary chiefs typically designate a speaker to speak for them in public. This is because when they say

Alta reflections

The indigenous people of northern Europe are called Sami. They are known for herding reindeer on the tundra.

Spawning sockeye salmon by Claire Watson

On to Norway!

Clayoquot Action will be travelling to Norway this January to put pressure on Norwegian salmon farming giant Cermaq.

Temperate Rainforests of Clayoquot Sound

Ahousaht logging moratorium

On October 28, the ʔaahuusʔatḥ ḥawiiḥ (hereditary chiefs of Ahousaht) announced a moratorium on industrial scale logging in