Salmon Are Sacred has produced a must see documentary with Twyla Roscovich, an amazing film maker dedicated to raising the awareness about issues on the BC coast.
Follow the above link to hear the live report from Justice Cohen. Follow the conversations on salmon are sacred facebook page
, which will also include a response from Alexandra Morton.
Sitting in the Cohen Inquiry for a big part of the summer in 2011 was depressing to say the least. It would be hard for one to draw a conclusion that differed much from the realization that no one in government was actually looking after wild salmon stocks. I did not want to accept that but it became clearer every day of the inquiry, which often seemed like a criminal trial and not a quest for truth and answers into the decline and crash of the Fraser sockeye. Instead of listening to what Alexandra Morton, a registered professional biologist, granted standing for the Inquiry, had to say from all of her research and pouring over Cohen documents, the lawyers for the government seemed more interested in attacking such far out things as why she chose the university she did. This was only a small part of the ridiculousness we all watched unfold.