Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Reel life situation makes waves - Brantford Expositor - Ontario, CA

Reel life situation makes waves - Brantford Expositor - Ontario, CA: "Reel life situation makes waves

Today's tour of federal absurdity takes us to Canada's rivers, streams and other rich fish habitats where the biggest environmental threat to aquatic life may well be the government agencies protecting it.
In a damning report released yesterday, Canada's environmental watchdog chews out the federal fisheries department for all but leaving the nation's freshwater ecosystems up a creek without a protector.
Environment Commissioner Scott Vaughan reported bluntly: 'We found that efforts to protect fish habitat have been inadequate.'"

"A worthwhile assessment of the federal fisheries department, with a burn rate of 70 million , what does this department do other then fill its own pockets - who cares about our fish. Accountability is a joke here . PR"


Anonymous said...

I think at times the councillors sound no better than a bunch of ill-mannered children - children are better because they are still learning and haven't reached maturity - what's the excuse for the councillors who have the responsibility and privilege of making decisions in (supposedly) our best interests!!

Q-jumpers said...

What is equally galling is that they have the proof and yet the counillors do not do anything -he should at the very least be suspended to send a message .Why have investigations at public expense with no consequenes