Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Tag: fish

Water Use Restricted on Koksilah River, B.C. to Protect Fish Populations

The Government of British Columbia (B.C.) is restricting water use by select users on the Koksilah River to protect fish populations, which are under...

N.B. Continues to Improve Water Quality & Infrastructure

On Friday, New Brunswick provided details on water quality related projects, including infrastructure upgrades and wetland assessments. After preliminary work, two projects upgrading wastewater infrastructure...

27 Canadian Beaches Receive High Water Quality Standard

A record number of Canadian beaches and marinas will fly a Blue Flag, identifying them a prestigious designation of water quality. As Canadians celebrate Canada's 150th birthday...

Seeking Answers in Grassy Narrows

The Asubpeeschoseewagong Netum Anishinabek (Grassy Narrows) First Nation has been living with the effects of mercury poisoning for over a generation. While liability has...

Whirling Disease, Bow River Declared Infected Area

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) announced on Friday that it has confirmed the presence of whirling disease (infection with Myxobolus cerebralis) in the Bow...

PEI Scientist Develops Eco-Friendly Fish Fungus Killer

The government of Prince Edward Island has announced the local creation of an environmentally friendly fish fungus killer that can help protect farmed fish...

Will BC Drain a Lake to Combat Whirling Disease?

Parks Canada officials are considering draining a lake in Banff National Park (BNP) to prevent the spread of whirling disease. Whirling disease is caused by...

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