Fish Habitat

How Trudeau can pass the science test

By restoring the Fisheries Act to its full strength, the government can meet its own standard for scientific integrity.

The Harper government removed habitat protection from the Fisheries Act. The revision shrank the scope of the law, covering only fish that were part of 'a commercial, recreational, or aboriginal' fishery. Flickr photo by David Keep

By DAVID SCHINDLER, JOHN P. SMOL

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, June 15, 2016 12:00 AM

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