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  • Alexandra Morton
    November 23, 2013 - 11:20

    The salmon farming industry has known that "bay management" is essential - we went through this in British Columbia with sea lice ten years ago. Of the many disturbing things about this industry from the high contamination of their product, to the way they treat local communities, to the impact on wild salmon, is that they get away with what they can, for as long as they can, and then they say we are changing for the better. I find this terribly irresponsible. I am sorry for Newfoundland and how ISA could be affecting your wild salmon and herring. As a person who was living in a tiny coastal community when the salmon farming industry moved in I can say they squashed the life out of us. There are only 8 people left in Echo Bay and 27 salmon farms. Watch out