Saving Salmon

Pacific salmon are an iconic species that connect the land, the water, people and animals of Western Canada. But many salmon populations are in a state of decline and have even reached endangered status. This isn't just a problem for fish, rivers or oceans — losing salmon impacts other animals, ecosystems and our economy. The David Suzuki Foundation is working with many different stakeholders who rely on salmon to find a truly transformative approach to rebuilding salmon for the benefits of us all.

Photo: Salmon: A keystone species

Salmon: A keystone species

There is no species more "valuable" in Canada's Pacific Ocean than sa... Read more »

Photo: Eat sustainable seafood

Eat sustainable seafood

As a seafood consumer, the choices you make can influence the seafood ... Read more »

NHL star Willie Mitchell defends wild salmon

Watch the Vancouver Canucks defenceman explain why he supports only su... Read more »

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Photo: With Fraser River sockeye, seeing red is cause for cautious celebration

With Fraser River sockeye, seeing red is cause for cautious celebration

Science Matters

Salmon have been an integral part of the life and culture of people on Canada's West Coast since time began. They're also essential to coastal ecosystems, providing food for bears,... Read more »