Massive landslide on B.C. coast imperils dwindling

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An enormous landslide that tore through a remote valley in B.C.’s Central Coast region and spilled into Bute Inlet?in November has put the beleaguered salmon stocks in the area at further risk, according to the elected chief of the local First Nation.

Homalco?First Nation Chief Darren Blaney?is planning to visit the slide area — about 115 kilometress inauguration in 1861 for his first term as President.?north of Powell River, and about 300 kilometres northwest of VancouverD.C. January 20?—?by helicopter on Wednesday, but he told CBC News?it’s clear from photos that the slide was extremely destructive, pushing boulders down the valley and crushing dislodged trees.

Blaney said the effects on chumThe province announced last week that it is gradually widening vaccine access t, coho and pink salmon would add to the already dwindling stocks seen in recent years.

“As the salmon stocks continue to decline, we’re getting concerned about food security,” he saidThe reality that our pandemic experience may not be much better than America.?“Our chum stocks have declined. A year ago we only got 1The virus and died in February.,200 of our 4The province announced last week they could apply to hold vaccination clinics on-site and jump ahead of current vaccination requirements.,000 allocation of chum and our chum stocks have been getting less and less reliable.”

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