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Trout Unlimited Conservation Initiatives

Listen what Trout Unlimited is up to ensure the future of cold water fish species.

Lena Azeez from Watershed Watch Salmon Society

Flood Prevention versus Fish Habitat

Lena Azeez from Watershed Watch Salmon Society is working with communities from British Columbia’s lower mainland to draft and pass a resolution that underscores their commitment to safeguard fish habitat.

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Balancing Dams with Fish Passage

Dams and barriers are often considered positive landscape features because they can generate power, provide recreational opportunities, block invasive species, and prevent contaminant and disease transfer upstream.

Dr Jeff Ridal

St Lawrence River Institute on Fish Health Research

Dr. Jeff Ridal is the Executive Director of the St. Lawrence River Institute of Environmental Sciences.

Chris Nielsen

Musky Canada Sport Fishing and Research

Musky Canada Sport Fish and Research came into being to introduce conservation measures into the sport of Musky fishing.

Karen Cooper

Upper St Lawrence River Protection Network

The Upper St Lawrence River Protection Network is the creation of Karen Cooper at the St. Lawrence River Institute for Environmental Studies in Cornwall.

Commissioner Gordon Walker

Commissioner Gordon Walker and the International Joint Commission

Commissioner Gordon Walker is one of three Canadian Commissioners who have pledged to uphold the terms of a 1909 water boundary treaty between Canada and the U.S. Governments

Jason Barnucz

Pledge to Pitch with Jason Barnucz

Jason Barnucz is a trained research biologist and the Conservation Director for the Ontario Bass Nation.

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Blind Fishing with Lawrence Gunther

Ten years after Blue Fish Canada’s president launched the world’s first Blind Fishing Boat, he’s still getting tons of interest from those who want to learn more about fishing and navigating blind.

Suzuki Foundation scientist

Declining Resident Orca Whales and Chinook salmon populations

While most all other Orca or Killer Whale populations are growing in size, and in certain cases, setting new population records, the southern and northern residential Orca populations along Canada’s west coast have not fared as well.