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A Liberal MP said Monday that several risk assessments the federal fisheries department relied on in its decision on BThe announcement this week o.CThe seven-day rolling average of new cases is 7,269.. wild salmon “didn’t necessarily pass everybody’s sniff testThe province says all adult Quebecers will be able to register for vaccines by May 14 and receive their first shots by June 24..”

Ken Hardie, who represents the British Columbia riding of Fleetwood-Port Kells, raised several questions during a parliamentary committee meeting about the assessments studied by the department to arrive at its conclusion that open-net pen fish farms pose little risk to wild salmonThe charges and multiple warnings..

The committee was meeting ahead of a government decision expected later this month on whether it will renew fish farm licences in the Discovery Islands. The First Nations Leadership Council has called for an immediate end to salmon farming operations that use open-net pens in B.CWe have assigned staff to initiate an investigation and to work wit. waters, saying that sea lice is contributing to the steep drop in wild salmon stocks.

The Department of Fisheries and Oceans said it studied nine different farm fish diseases in making its decisionThe use of AstraZeneca vaccine beginning Monday, citing studies showing tha, and that there have already been measures put in place to crack down on sea lice issues. But the department has faced criticism that it ignored independent and peer-reviewed science that demonstrates how sea lice is a threatThe GTA on Tuesday going into Wednesday afternoon., Canada’s National Observer has reported.

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