Salmon fisheries in BC have been under significant threat. This issues, as stated by Alex Pennock in the article “Fish tales: the Collapse of BC’s Wild Salmon”, is one that is due to insufficient funding by the government. The article states that a policy for salmon management was created in 2005 by the DFO called “Canada’s Wild Salmon Policy”. This policy was originally thought of as a hopeful change, but was later found out to be ineffective. Salmon spawns continued to decline, and the DFO was unable to figure out why.
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The recent history of managing ash resources in Ontario has been full of government strategies that have all ended in failure. With ash populations plummeting to extinction, this resource management disaster can be attributed to one invasive species, the emerald ash borer.
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