Nearly half of the southern salmon southern part of British Columbia is diminishing, according to the Science Committee, monitoring the health of wildlife.
The Canadian Wildlife Conservation Review Committee reported on Monday that 16 people in China had been trained, eight were expelled, four were in danger, and the other was particularly alarming.
One of the locations on the Thomson River in British Columbia is considered to be stable. The state of the two populations is unknown.
South b. There are 28 pine populations.
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Loss of risk – the most important rating of the Committee, which predicts the threat of the loss of the population.
"There are still some 200 fish left," says John Nilsson, a member of the committee and fish biologist.
"At this level, there is anxiety about these funds. That is why we are alarming.
Chinook's salmon is the main fishing in British Columbia and is the mainstay of the indigenous peoples' lives and culture. According to Nilsson, the new assessment is the most comprehensive feature of the Committee's fishery.
"From other researches and BS There is a lot of concern about the general state of the salmon state, "says Nilsson. "This is a high level of public attention.
Scientists believe that this is the case in the salmon life that takes place in the ocean.
Some grow faster than the number of seals and sea lions that are fed to fish. Others report that the ocean of heat and oxidation affects the losers.
"This is a serious event," says Nilsson. It's time for the federal government to use its force to protect the fish and its habitats.
"Our proposal is that the government will act quickly."
The Law on Risk allows the federal government to issue emergency protection tasks that allow the Ottawa region to control the survival under normal conditions.
The federal government used twice as much to protect western chorus wolves and caterpillars.
Federal Reserve Minister Catherine McCann said he had not yet seen the assessment, but his concern was over.
"We understand that it is very important to protect and preserve our natural wildlife. We must fulfill our obligations under the "Risk Law".
According to him, several measures were taken to protect and restore the china salmon reserves.
According to the Committee's estimation, there are 36 species of polar bears, which are of particular concern.
He also saw a tree made of black wood on civil parks in Toronto, Montreal, and Ottawa. During the last 20 years, the Emerald Ashes was invaded by the so-called Borer, killed about two billion ash in the Great Lakes region.
At present, the black ash is scared, the committee said.