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What’s In a Name?

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“So, what watershed are you protecting?” It’s a question I’ve been asked many times over my 16 years at Watershed Watch. While I understand why people might think we’re focusing on one particular waterway, our name actually means so much …

Action to rebuild endangered Thompson and Chilcotin Steelhead

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Time is running out for Thompson and Chilcotin River steelhead. Can you take a minute right now to help save them with a quick letter to the feds? These magnificent sea-going rainbow trout, that once supported a world renowned recreational …

Watershed Watch’s 20th Anniversary Celebration

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2018 marks Watershed Watch Salmon Society’s 20th Anniversary. On November 16, we celebrated this milestone with a wonderful party at the Fraser Discovery Centre. The evening was a huge success with presentations from staff and partners, featuring keynote speaker Chief …

Municipal Elections Candidate Surveys on Water Issues

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Where do municipal candidates stands on important water-related issues in your community? On October 20, B.C. heads to the polls for municipal elections. Civic elections are important because decisions made at the city and regional district level directly impact you …

Keeping the Environment in the Conversation: 15 Questions To Ask Your Municipal Candidates

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With municipal elections only 20 days away, we need to know where our candidates stand on the environment. In collaboration with the Canadian Freshwater Alliance and Fraser Riverkeeper, we’ve written up some questions to ask candidates who come knocking at …