Do you know how many fish sports fisherman are taking from BC waters? Neither does the government, according to the ELC report “Why is BCs Fish Resource Slipping through Cracks in the Regulatory System?” Written for a First Nations client >
Paper canvassing all the coastal jurisdictions of North America to determine the best fish catch monitoring practice.
In this report prepared for Living Oceans Society, ELC student Matt Boulton examines the potential financial liability Canadian taxpayers could face if there were a catastrophic oil tanker spill in the coastal waters of British Columbia’s north coast.
Submission to the Special Committee on Sustainable Aquaculture. For more information, click here.
The Environmental Law Clinic has provided both legal representation and other legal services to the BC Aboriginal Fisheries Commission on the issue of Offshore Oil and Gas Development. During the Environmental Assessment hearings considering whether Canada should lift the moratorium >
May 2005 The BC Government often claims it has the most stringent regulation of salmon farms in the world. To test this claim, the Georgia Strait Alliance and the T. Buck Suzuki Environmental Foundation asked the ELC to compare BC’s >
Norway vs. British Columbia: A Comparison of Aquaculture Regulatory Regimes
This guide is intended as a resource for aboriginal communities in British Columbia who are preparing for or involved in a finfish aquaculture consultation process. It provides an overview of the industry in the province, key provincial and federal authorities, and the process by which >
First Nations and Shellfish Aquaculture: Consultation, Accommodation and Participation, by Kathryn Deo