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Thirteen years ago, there was no sign of cod at Newfoundland’s Fogo Island. But since 2005, this iconic species of fish has become more abundant.
Capelin are the primary link between zooplankton and predatory fish. Learn how they help the cod come back.
WWF’s new Living Blue Planet report alerts us to the serious risks our ocean faces – in Canada and around the world.
The Beaufort Sea could become so acidic that shellfish and fish will face tremendous pressure. This is worrisome, all the more so because it will also impact many Arctic communities that depend on a healthy ocean for their livelihoods.
A few years ago, Mexican government efforts to save the vaquita seemed to be paying off, drastically slowing the decline in its numbers. But it was just the lull before the storm.
WWF-Canada and the Fish, Food and Allied Workers Union are working together to help a Newfoundland cod fishery return to health.
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