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‘Our worst nightmares are being realized’: Experts say First Nations need more power to save B.C. salmon

Chinook salmon

In the aftermath of a massive landslide on B.C.’s Fraser River, just a single female chinook salmon managed to complete the journey to her spawning grounds in Valemount’s Swift Creek, according to a local conservationist.

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