Pacific salmon are foundationally important to Canada’s wildlife, food security, cultures, and economy.
In March 2020, Raincoast published the report Toward a vision for salmon habitat in the Lower Fraser River.
Stop Terminal 2 expansion and protect migratory birds.
2020 has seen record low returns of sockeye to the Fraser River.
Watersheds Forum 2020 is a virtual gathering that brings together a diverse community of water leaders.
This is a crucial time for wild salmon that depend on the Fraser River.
The Narwhal released an article this week entitled ‘Four reasons 2020 is set to see the lowest Fraser River sockeye salmon return on record’ written by Stephanie Wood.
As we all work to emerge from the covid-19 pandemic, 235 organizations, including Raincoast and many of you signed a letter to Prime Minister Trudeau to emphasize that investments in nature and biodiversity can create jobs and contribute to an economic recovery and a sustainable future.
Please tell Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Jonathan Wilkinson, to say no to the Terminal 2 expansion and commit to protecting and restoring salmon and killer whales.
We just wrapped up our 11th episode of Coastal Insights, a live and interactive online learning program.
This week with Coastal Insights you can learn about our inspiring and transformative Salish Sea Emerging Stewards program.
Stó:lō, Dakelh, Lhtakoh, ?Elhdaqox. A river of such length has an equally long history.
The proposed Terminal 2 expansion will further destroy and degrade wildlife habitat in the Fraser River Estuary, an area that is home to more than 100 species of wildlife at-risk of extinction.
Fernando Lessa will takes viewers on a visual tour into our urban neighborhoods to discover the many wild salmon and their habitats living right next door to our homes.
Fernando Lessa will take viewers on a virtual tour into our urban neighborhoods to discover the many wild salmon and their habitats living right next door to our homes.