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,...

BC CAHS says sea lice not resistant to treatment

Courier-Islander Published: Friday, February 19, 2010 The article “Sea lice issues cause concern” (February 12, 2010) requires comment. I was disappointed that even though Campbell River is home to a research facility with expertise in this field, the BC...

Dr. Saksida new ED of BC CAHS

Courier-Islander Published: Wednesday, September 16, 2009 The British Columbia Centre for Aquatic Health Sciences is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Sonja Saksida, as the new Executive Director. Dr. Sonja Saksida is a veterinarian and epidemiologist,...

Local support saves environmental monitoring project

http://www.marineharvestcanada.com/blog/2009/06/19/campbell-river-mirror-local-support-saves-environmental-monitoring-project/ By the Campbell River Mirror June 19, 2009 Mia Parker (from left) of Grieg Seafoods BC, Sharon DeDominicis of Marine Harvest Canada, Dave...