Before it’s too late, the provincial government should halt any cannabis production on prime agricultural lands until a proper analysis of what it could mean to food production. Source: Delta Optimist | April 14, 2018
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The Eagle Creek Streamkeepers and Fisheries and Oceans Canada will release the salmon Saturday April 21 from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Charles Rummel Park at 3325 Piper Ave. in Burnaby. The chum will be released by hand starting at 10 a.m. until all have been let go. Not sure what the release is all about? There will be educational handouts, so you can find out. Source: Burnaby Now | April 14, 2018
Fishery officers have seized more than 300 commercial crab traps in the Powell River area around Savary Island and Harwood Island. Since the beginning of January 2018, Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) officers in Powell River have been conducting an investigation of two commercial crab vessels. Source: Powell River Peak | April 13, 2018
The BC government has announced a five year funding partnership between the provincial and federal governments that will see $115 million put in BC programs supporting farming, ranching and food-processing sectors. Source: Dawson Creek Mirror | April 12, 2018
As the federal government considers bringing in new laws to govern fish farms, there is widespread skepticism that the government will act in the public interest. Source: DeSmog Canada | April 12, 2018
On April 30, Community Connections Society will launch FoodFit, a 12-week program that brings low-income community members together to set goals, learn skills, and make measurable changes in overall health and fitness. Source: E-Know | April 11, 2018