Announcement of Resignation of CEO

Campbell River, BC – January 14, 2014 – The Board of the British Columbia Centre for Aquatic Health Sciences (BC CAHS) would like to  announce that Dr. Sonja Saksida will resign as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) as of May 1st, 2014. In making this...

Young coho get ‘flu shot’ in unique program

By Neil Cameron Campbell River Courier-Islander; -With Files From DFO December 7, 2012 About 40,000 young coho are getting their flu shot in a trial inoculation for native coho salmon at Quinsam River Salmon Hatchery in Campbell River. And it could help fisheries...

Adding Another Piece to Salmon Survival Puzzle

Adding Another Piece to Salmon Survival Puzzle Posted by Ruaan – Campbell River Salmon Foundation March 4, 2012 – News, Projects What do young salmon eat? Is there enough food for them when they leave the rivers and streams and enter the ocean? In 2006,...

Saving a salmon study

By Times Colonist (Victoria) December 8, 2011 It hasn’t cost much money over the years, but the project’s value could be much more than anyone really knows. The B.C. Centre for Aquatic Health Sciences has been conducting the Discovery Passage Plankton...

Important project may shut down without proper funding

http://www.courierislander.com/news/local/important-project-may-shut-down-without-proper-funding-1.133577#sthash.8HkXDlY1.dpuf By Dan MacLennan / Courier-Islander December 7, 2011 A local plankton research project could become an important fisheries management tool,...