Fishing

The United Fishermen and Allied Workers’ Union believes the DFO’s decision to close the sockeye fishery on Aug. 7, follows a “deeply troubling” trend. (File photo)
The United Fishermen and Allied Workers’ Union believes the DFO’s decision to close the sockeye fishery on Aug. 7, follows a “deeply troubling” trend. (File photo)
Commercial marine fishermen on the North Coast are frustrated by the DFO’s sockeye harvest regulations, despite large volumes of fish, Howard Gray of Prince Rupert said on Aug. 3. (Photo: File photo)
Commercial marine fishermen on the North Coast are frustrated by the DFO’s sockeye harvest regulations, despite large volumes of fish, Howard Gray of Prince Rupert said on Aug. 3. (Photo: File photo)
Skeena anglers are frustrated by fishing regulations which they see as unfair and ineffective. (File photo)

Resident anglers fed-up with governments’ ‘short-sighted’ fishery management

Just closing recreational angling is not going to save the salmon or steelhead, fishing guide says

Skeena anglers are frustrated by fishing regulations which they see as unfair and ineffective. (File photo)
Flash frozen prawns still sitting in cold storage. (BC Prawns image)

3 million pounds of flash frozen, delicious prawns sitting in B.C. cold storage

Global demand for the B.C. specialty plummeted as the COVID-19 pandemic grew

Flash frozen prawns still sitting in cold storage. (BC Prawns image)
B.C. food and beverage producers set record sales in 2019
B.C. food and beverage producers set record sales in 2019
American pleasure crafts unwelcome in B.C. this year. (BP File Photo, Susan Quinn)

B.C. boaters on lookout for unwanted American travellers

Ad hoc group scanning boat data to catch boaters violating border rules during COVID-19

American pleasure crafts unwelcome in B.C. this year. (BP File Photo, Susan Quinn)
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