- Families for the future: This Family Day, get outside and take a stand where it counts by helping stop TMX. To take part, print or make a sign opposing Trans Mountain, go to a place that would be at risk if the pipeline and tanker project goes through, take a selfie, then share your photo on social media and tag decision-makers! Learn more!
1 trillion trees is all we need. That is about 142 per person. Lets get started!
When we start to act, hope is everywhere.
So instead of looking for hope, look for action.
Then the hope will come.
Friends of Wild Salmon was originally formed to fight fish farms being established on the north coast. While we were successful in getting a moratorium for northern waters there remain many open net-pen fish farms in other parts of BC. In the last election Prime Minister Trudeau promised to remove harmful fish farms from coastal waters but is now backtracking from that commitment.
Salmon are an iconic species to British Columbians and Indigenous communities and open net fish farms are a threat to wild salmon. Will you join us in calling on the federal government to keep their promise to transition open net-pen fish farms to on-land, closed-containment systems to protect wild salmon?
We were encouraged that the 2019 Liberal election included a promise to transition open net pen salmons to closed containment systems by 2025. This was excellent news for the supporters of Friends of Wild Salmon in the Skeena watershed and coastal communities.
Sadly, the announcement in February that the federal government is back-pedaling on their promise and will now only have a plan in place by 2025 was a severe let down to our hopes of protecting BC’s endangered wild salmon before it is too late.
Use this sample letter or write your own
email it to the federal government and your Member of Parliament. Find your Member of Parliament and their contact information here.
Email your letter to:
Bernadette Jordan, Minister of the Fisheries and Oceans, and the Canadian Coast Guard -
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau –
Premier John Horgan –
Minister of Agriculture Lana Popham -