Tuesday, March 26, 2024

Something Fishy in BC Lakes

CBC is reporting that "Parks Canada is closing all bodies of water in British Columbia's Kootenay and Yoho national parks, and restricting watercraft in Alberta's Waterton Lakes National Park, in an effort to slow the spread of invasive species. The lakes, creeks and tributaries in eastern British Columbia will be closed until at least March next year in response to the deadly whirling disease parasite found in fish. At the same time, non-motorized watercraft from outside park boundaries will not be allowed into Waterton Lakes National Park in southern Alberta, to protect against both whirling disease and invasive zebra and quagga mussels."

I think we have too many biolabs experimenting with too many invasive species.


  1. Geeezuz … what next? With this shit in our drinking water who knows what deformities will evolve!

  2. Well I think it is really the time to relocate to a different province. Ya sure Vancouver labeled, "No Fun City" but looking at the full spectrum, more like "No Fun Province". The only real thing that this province really got is their Vancouver Canucks.


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