Company owned by two Haida among those convicted of destroying prime fish habitat

Three companies, one owned by Haida, have each been found guilty of 20 counts of damaging fish habitat in the Mallard Creek area on Graham Island. Photograph by: Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Three companies, one owned by Haida, have each been found guilty of 20 counts of damaging fish habitat in the Mallard Creek area on Graham Island.
Photograph by: Fisheries and Oceans Canada

It will take centuries for the site to recover, fisheries biologist say

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Posted on October 24, 2015, in Indian Act Indians, Logging and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. local since 1976

    my property is next door to this and was horrified with the destruction….growing up in port clements bc this was always a protected area…..now all the animals are displaced beavers and cranes are gone fish destroyed….all because of a few dollars in the pocket….protected the land and waters…..such a farse ..come see whats being done around here…..logging practiced that nevered happened under different management…..log what u can so you ave to spend money building roads..destroy everything close to the road or highway……go look at the mamin and yakoun….all filled with runoff silt because of cutblocks opened up and visible from the rivers…so sad the destruction…..

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