If oil pipelines are built to move oil from Alberta to the west coast of Canada, what would it mean for the Skeena River watershed?
100 years after Common Carp were introduced to North America, their distant cousins the Bighead and Silver Carp species are poised to invade the Great Lakes, but is it as bad as all that?
Dr. Clarke speaks about the positive impact marine reserves are having around the world on fish populations and wonders why Canada hasn’t adopted a similar model.
Richard Wyma speaks about the partnership work being undertaken to create spawning habitat for Lake Sturgeon in the Detroit Habitat following the collapse of the sturgeon population to less than 1% of their former numbers.
Fish biologist from the St. Lawrence River Institute on Environmental Science does research on Mercury in walleye on the St. Lawrence.
The Environment Commissioner of Ontario speaks about greenhouse gasses and what Ontario needs to do to protect the environment.
Listen to a lead biologist from the Rideau Valley Conservation Association and the President of Musky Canada Inc. describe what it takes to turn a stretch of an urban river into prime fish habitat.
Walter Oster reminisces about the start of the Canadian National Sportsman Show and the Great Ontario Salmon Derby, and what the future holds in store.
The Fresh water Alliance recently held its biannual Living Water rally and Tony Moss speaks about the challenges, successes and lessons learned, as well as the great results achieved.
The struggle between commercial fishing for Salmon on the ocean and First Nations communities continues; only now science is backing up what native fishers have been saying for years – we need to harvest selectively.