The Newfoundland Fishery Assassin

By David Boyd, Twillingate, Newfoundland. Our province, our fisheries are in the grip of a hellish nightmare. An assassin is on the loose. Let us begin. The Caplin biomass are in dire shape. So are our Wild Salmon – just a mere 30,000 striving to survive in south coast currents. Toxic fish farms have instead become the priority of politicians’ hearts. They permit fake fish proponents to rule our waters – spinning fishy tales and casting misery to our wild species. Oil, too, has become the politician’s potion. The smell of fish on their hands is dirty. The assassin’s cloak spreads further. >click to read< 09:52

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.