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Citizen Science Means You

Hear Lawrence’s presentation to a group of grade 10 history students on the tradition of fishing and its link to citizen science.

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Gulf of Mexico Fish Stocks and the 2010 BP Oil Spill

Learn first-hand about what the oil spill meant to the Gulf’s fisheries and their prospects for full recovery

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Canada’s Cold Water Sharks and Remembering Rob Stewart

Learn more about Canada’s shark populations and for Dr. Harvey Clark’s reflections on meeting and collaborating with Rob Stewart on his work

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BC Municipalities vote Yes for wild salmon

Link to listen to Lina Azeez from Watershed Watch speak with Lawrence Gunther about their recent success in convincing BC municipalities to restore habitat for salmon smolts along the lower Fraser River

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Save the River Looks to Halt Spread of Asian Carp

Listen this week as John lays out his plans to engage the U.S. and New York state governments to fund the proposed $778 million to establish innovative technologies developed to prevent Asian Carp from entering the Great Lakes.

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Chris Harvey-Clark on Sea Turtles Along Canadas East Coast

This week on Blue Fish Radio Dr. Harvey Clark shares with host Lawrence Gunther his work on rescuing cold-shocked sea turtles along Canada’s east coast.

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Peter Bowman on Playing it Forward

Peter Bowman is the associate producer and co-host of Fish’n Canada going on 28 years, and was inducted into the Canadian Fishing Hall of Fame in 2012.

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Angelo Viola on the Future of Fish and Fishing

Angelo Viola explains why the 8-million Canadians who fish are actively committed to ensuring the future of fish and fishing for generations to come.

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Rick McGowan Wins Supreme Court Fight for Angler Access to BC’s Public Waters

Hear Rick McGowan explain what the win means, and what legal battles lay ahead.

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Killer Whale and Chinook Abundance

Hear Dr. Trites explain why problems facing Killer Whales may have more to do with what they experience when they reside further south during the winter.