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Where Have All the Salmon Gone?

The ECOreport posts a link to Roy L Hales’ documentary Where Have All The Salmon Gone?  

Originally Posted on the Deep Roots Initiative, Cortes Community Radio (CKTZ)

 

Narrator: “… Fishing was once a cornerstone of British Columbia’s economy, but we’ve been hearing stories of diminished runs and out of work fishermen for years. Roy Hales lives on Cortes Island, where the fishing industry seems to be mostly spoken about in the past tense. So he set out to find out where have all the salmon gone.”

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First Nation’s History Seen Through A Village Workshop

The ECOreport looks at First Nation’s History Seen Through A Village Workshop

By Roy L Hales

Screen shot 2014-03-18 at 3.43.47 PMI recently took part in a “Village Workshop” at the Klahoose New Relationship Building on Cortes Island, in BC. This is a novel introduction to the First Nations perception of their history in that it involves role playing.
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