MPs urges to protect B.C.’s beleagured salmon stock

I urge you to shun the lobbyists and to do what is right for our precious resource.

Open letter to MP Ron Cannan and interim Minister of Fisheries Gail Shea:

Recently Commissioner Bruce Cohen made 75 recommendations to improve the future sustainability of the Fraser River Salmon fishery.

I urge both of you to abide by these recommendations. I am not a hard core environmentalist but our salmon in B.C. is our heritage. I am just an average Canadian concerned when we put greed and dollars ahead of God’s (nature’s) creation.

These salmon need to be protected.

I urge you to shun the lobbyists and to do what is right for our precious resource.

Please email your response so I can inform all my friends and colleagues your intentions.

Bob Gretzinger,


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