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2015/03/26 21:27
2015/03/26 21:27
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Six citizens of the Haida Nation are ready to “hit the water running” with a commercial fishery in their traditional territory, after having successfully obtained their Commercial SCUBA Restricted...
2015/03/26 21:27
2015/03/26 21:27
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2015/03/26 16:17
2015/03/26 16:17
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BENJINA, Indonesia (AP) — The Burmese slaves sat on the floor and stared through the rusty bars of their locked cage, hidden on a tiny tropical island thousands of miles from home. Just a few yards...
2015/03/25 20:13
2015/03/25 20:13
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Patrick Brennan The Chronicle West Elgin is prepared to explore improvements to a portion of Gray Line near Port Glasgow. Roads Superintendent Lee Gosnell last week laid out plans for planning to...
2015/03/25 14:06
2015/03/25 14:06
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A trip to gather cockles from Fairview Container Port beach has proven costly for two men. Prince Rupert resident Wieler Leslie Innes and former resident James Frank Russ were each ordered to pay...
2015/03/24 22:05
2015/03/24 22:05
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Bottlenose dolphins are being killed in the mesh of high-speed trawling nets. EXCLUSIVE At least one dolphin a week is being killed in trawl nets in northern Western Australia and the death toll is...
2015/03/24 20:55
2015/03/24 20:55
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Video by Pacific Wild. Filmed by Tavish Campbell, April Bencze, Ian McAllister and Damien Gillis. Edited by Damien Gillis, April Bencze, and Diana Chan. A long-simmering dispute over the harvesting...
2015/03/24 11:01
2015/03/24 11:01
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The State government has launched a major initiative to provide very high frequency (VHF) wireless communication devices for fishing boats. It would be a boon to fishermen, who could avail themselves...
2015/03/23 19:21
2015/03/23 19:21
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Long-finned pilot whales at Bunbury harbour Photo: Department of Parks and Wildlife Up to 20 long-finned pilot whales have become stranded against the breakwater wall at Bunbury Harbour in Western...
2015/03/23 17:40
2015/03/23 17:40
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A commercial herring fishery has started on British Columbia’s central coast over the objections of the Heiltsuk First Nation, who say stocks are too weak to sustain high harvest levels. Ian...
2015/03/23 17:23
2015/03/23 17:23
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It won't be a super sockeye run this year. But salmon fishermen of all stripes should be allowed to get their nets or lines in the water if advance projections are on target. Roughly 6.8 million...
2015/03/20 19:40
2015/03/20 19:40
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The latest B.C. First Nation to condemn herring roe harvesting in its territory says it is closing a commercial fishery as it undertakes its own analysis of fish stocks. The Heiltsuk Nation on B.C.’s...
2015/03/20 05:05
2015/03/20 05:05
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The Busselton jetty is under threat from "termites of the sea". One of Western Australia's most popular dive spots is under threat from the "termites of the sea". Several pylons on the Busselton...
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2015/03/20 02:29
2015/03/20 02:29
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The former Canada Post building at 4877Argyle St. has been sold, city economic development manager Pat Deakin said. Deakin could not divulge the identity of the buyer or buyers, he said because it is...
2015/03/19 10:31
2015/03/19 10:31
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Makurdi — Gabriel Okayi is a Professor of Aquatic Pollution in the Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture in the Federal University of Agriculture, Makurdi, Benue State. He has done various...
2015/03/19 02:39
2015/03/19 02:39
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Record-high sea-surface temperatures in the Gulf of Alaska and die-offs of sea lions and seabirds on the West Coast are raising concerns about changing conditions in the Pacific. A report released...
2015/03/17 17:30
2015/03/17 17:30
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Funding for a $37 million water infrastructure project in Parksville is on hold, but planning work has to continue, according to the Englishman River Water Service board. "The obvious lack of...
2015/03/17 02:48
2015/03/17 02:48
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Rock Lake residents feel their concerns have been pushed to the wayside as widening of Highway 69 continues south. "We support the four-laning," said Jim Gomm, director of the Rock Lake Property...
2015/03/17 00:09
2015/03/17 00:09
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March is mating time for rabbits. Their productivity can be astonishing. Rabbits really do breed like rabbits. With a 30-day pregnancy, just one pair producing an average of six young in each of...
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2015/03/16 02:39
2015/03/16 02:39
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For decades, conservationists on the West Coast have been calling for restrictions on the commercial herring fishery, an industry so efficient it counts its catch in tonnes. The fishery hit its peak...
2015/03/13 22:18
2015/03/13 22:18
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For those of you who were unable to attend the opening ceremony of our 'Breaching the Causeway Project' we invite you to check out the sign we posted adjacent to the first gate of the Causeway on...
2015/03/26 21:27
2015/03/26 21:27
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