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Age of aquariums

OUR FISHERIES Do public aquariums have anything to do with…
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Makings of a Guide Dog

On a number of occasions over the past half-dozen years,…

Muskie or Mayhem on the Ottawa River?

The year 2019 will go down as one of the least promising starts…

Competing Blind in the America Cup International Fly Fishing Tournament

(First published in Bob Izumi’s Reel Fishing Magazine) Few…

Walleye Opener and the Law

Getting out on the Upper St. Lawrence River for the opening of…

The Idea behind the Charity “Blue Fish Canada”

As many of you, my attachment to fishing began with adventures…
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My Feature Documentary: What Lies Below

I created, researched, wrote and hosted the privately funded…
Lawrence meeting Wayne Price at the spruce dug out
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Post Cards from the Yukon

AMI TV and I put our heads together and came up with an idea for a TV special called “Postcards from the Yukon”.

Feel the Bite Fishing Videos and Accessible Media Inc.

Accessible Media Inc. broadcasts over cable TV and satellite…
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Summer Up-Date from the President

Four short descriptions of exciting Blue Fish Canada projects we want to bring to your attention:

Inuit Circumpolar Council Meets in Alaska

Inuit People are a nation of people who share common language, culture, and a common land along the Arctic coast of Siberia, Alaska, Canada and Greenland.

Eco Labels

How can we as consumers ensure we are eating seafood that is caught or farmed sustainably?

The Oil Spill Cleaning Illusion

Do we truly have what it takes to respond to oil spills?

Hurricanes and Flooding

As Canadians we seem to enjoy speaking with strangers about weather more than just about anything else.

Ticks

We can either choose not to venture outside of our urban spaces, or take precautions and not let our fears restrict how we live our lives.

NOAA Flood Predictions

A new US government report suggests floods will become more common over the next century.
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NOAA’s Fisheries Science and Management for Recreational Anglers Workshop

I’m proud to have the honor of being the first Canadian to take part in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) 3-day Fisheries Science and Management for Recreational Anglers Workshop

76 Salish Sea Killer Whales Left

There are 76 Killer Whales left along Vancouver Island's south coast. This is half the number from ten years ago.