Tag Archives: Fisheries

‘Government Playing Favourites’


Looks like we not only have the government discriminating again, but also some political insider favouritism: 

“After the federal fisheries minister announced a new licence for an important clam fishery would be awarded to a partnership of ‘indigenous’ groups from across Atlantic Canada, the government is facing fresh criticism over how it awarded the licence, and for the ‘Liberals’ ties to the winning bidder. Continue reading ‘Government Playing Favourites’

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‘Fish Farms Update’


James Quatell, Wei Wai Kum elder, went so far as to compare fish farms to residential schools. He said it is just a different form of ‘genocide’…

Ernest Alfred, another ‘delegate’ speaking against fish farms, said…

We are the leadership here, we are the protection here and we are going to have to say something, we are going to have to take control”… ERBLFishFarmsUpdate800x800

Around 50 people gathered at the ‘Discovery Marina’ {Campbell River, B.C.} on Aug. 29 to protest fish farming on traditional {former} ‘First Nation’s territory. The group of around 50 walked down the road from the spit to the Big House…

From the Big House the group crossed the Island Highway to serve ‘Marine Harvest’ with an {illegal, unauthorized and unenforcable} eviction notice.  Continue reading ‘Fish Farms Update’

‘Pushing The Limits’


More aboriginal infighting has resulted in arrests, as a group of self-styled ‘warriors’ tried to interfere with a legally-operating fish farm – a venture supported by their own tribe’s elected leadership. Last week, a different tribe issued an ‘eviction’ notice to another legal and licensed operation. This is just the beginning of the chaos that will result from our Supreme Court’s expansion of racial privilege: ERBLPushingTheLimits800x800

“Four members of the Yaakswiis ‘Warriors’ — whose members are part of the Ahousaht ‘First Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 1,973 people} — were arrested this week after {illegally} protesting a fish farm operation north of Tofino. Continue reading ‘Pushing The Limits’