Ancient Indigenous clam gardens along the Northwest Coast are at least 2,000 years older than previously thought, new research has shown.
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The B.C. government’s poverty-reduction plan has made a serious miscalculation. Source: Times Colonist | May 12, 2019
Since time immemorial our ancestors have stewarded the waters, wildlife and environs of the Skagit River, from its headwaters in British Columbia to its mouth in Skagit Bay. Today, the river still provides habitat for all six wild salmon species, and produces roughly half of all wild Puget Sound Chinook. If we are to recover our historic salmon runs and help save our starving orca, the Skagit River is essential to achieving those goals. Source: Seattle Times | May 12, 2019
As a small business owner, I was grateful that city council have taken action and voted to transfer part of the tax burden carried by entrepreneurs to residential taxes. However, this may be “too little too late”, as it will unfold over three years. Source: Georgia Straight | May 12, 2019
The committee is recommending sweeping changes to the way commercial fishing licences and quota are owned in B.C. to address concerns of monopolization — including quota ownership by foreign investors who might never have set foot on a fishing boat or in Canada — that has turned commercial fishing in B.C. into “a modern day feudal system.” Source: Times Colonist | May 9, 2019
Bowen Island Food Sovereignty will be researching natural resources, land use, and food production on the island. “As we know, living on an island compounds every challenge we might face. But, if our community makes growing food a priority, and respects and protects the natural resources used to produce that food, we could boost Bowen Island’s resilience.” Source: Bowen Island Undercurrent | May 8, 2019