Deep Bay

There will be no door-to-door collection due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Some fire departments will accept donations at their halls on Nov. 20 and 21.
“It’s a struggle in all sorts of fisheries to keep going and it’s really disappointing that someone has done this,” said Josh Young, herring industry advisory board gillnet representative.
The board did not carry a recommendation from the RDN COW to allocate $32,000 of to the LCMRS to help pay for a working washroom and female crew member change room, as well as new night vision equipment.
“It was really disappointing. I can’t say exactly how many herring were there, I am not really sure but it was about a 30 by 30 foot area,” said Rebecca Benjamin-Carey, campaigner for Conservancy Hornby Island.

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