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Canadian Commission tracking source of 2009 salmon decline

Is salmon farming harming wild salmon? The Cohen Commission, is hearing evidence on the subject this week , at its inquiry into the decline of sockeye salmon in the Frasier River. The commission, which has been meeting since 2010, has until June 30, 2012 to produce its report.

Canadian Alexandra Morton, one of the advocates for removal of salmon farms, details the controversy on her WEBSITE.

The commission has heard testimony on other possible causes: predation, climate change, pollutants and more.

 

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