In Atlantic Canada, six provinces, half the country, only 170,000 adult Atlantic salmon remain. In BC before all fisheries their are about 75 Million salmon in the ocean. This is why Ottawa does not get BC. In DFO
s half of the country, salmon are virtually extinct. In BC DFO is the most serious threat to the existence of the five species of wild Pacific salmon.
Although the Google translation leaves something to be desired, you will get the point:
The Federal Court of Canada has determined that the Canadian Fisheries Ministry broke the law when they allowed the fish farming industry to transport contaminated farmed salmon in open sea cages, in British Columbia. The ruling has the potential to have great consequences for the international aquaculture industry.
There are miljøkrigeren Alexandra Morton who have dragged the Department of Fisheries and Ocean (DFO) and Marine Harvest Canada to justice. In the Federal Court of Canada beat judge Donald j. Rennie stated that DFO had broken the law when they gave the Marine Harvest Canada permission to move the farmed salmon in open cages in British Columbia. This was underpinned with the tam the salmon is the carrier of the disease with the potential for extensive damage to wild fish the stem on an international level.
Judge Rennie point in its judgment of 6. may that DFO takes no responsibility to attend to the villfisken in the area by giving the fish farming industry permission to move sick-or disease-bearing tamfisk in this way. According to Alexandra Morton is most of the farmed salmon from British Columbia infected with the virus piscine reo (PR). A number of Norwegian scientists have known that published articles on just this virus, and in their publications that the virus leads to the development of the disease HSMI, which in turn leads to severe heart damage with the salmon.