Researchers claim salmon population has doubled in fifty yea

If the latest findings of the members of the Canada Research Chair in Fisheries Risk Assessment and Management are any indication, then the current Cohen Commission into the Fishery may have a whole new topic to discuss as it continues on with its inquiry into the Fraser River fishery.

The Globe and Mail featured some of the research of the Canada/US research team, findings that outline there are more pink, chum and sockeye salmon in the North Pacific than has been seen before, a situation that seems to run counter to some of the headlines of late regarding the Pacific salmon fishery.

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