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Recent Releases from Wilderness Tourism Association

Open Letter from BC Wilderness Tourism Association to Pacific Salmon Forum

Published Mon, 23 Feb 2009 08:12:25 EST Read More

February 19, 2009 Open Letter to Pacific Salmon Forum Dear Forum Members, Re: Wilderness Tourism Association response to the Pacific Salmon Forum’s Final Report and Recommendations, and statement of serious concerns. The BC Wilderness Tourism Association (WTA) has prepared this response to the February 5, 2009, release of the long anticipated report and recommendations from the Pacific Salmon Forum. As an industry sector that depends on scarce natural resources, including a resi...... Click here to read this release

Low salmon returns hurting British Columbia's nature based tourism!

Published Thu, 18 Sep 2008 08:17:53 EST Read More

Low salmon returns hurting British Columbia's nature based tourism! (Campbell River, British Columbia, September 18, 2008) The Dept of Fisheries & Oceans numbers are in: Pink salmon returns to the Broughton Archipelago and Knight Inlet (east of Port Hardy and Port McNeill) are at record lows - worse than the collapse of pink stocks in 2002, when the fish farms were forced to fallow (temporarily close). Craig Murray, owner of Nimmo Bay Resort, has fished and flown over the rivers of the...... Click here to read this release