Documents

Thompson River Steelhead Action Plan letter

Attached is a copy of the letter that I emailed to the Minister 2020 January 24 iand their response is below. Leonard Piggin

 

Attached is the signed response to your correspondence addressed to the Honourable Bernadette Jordan, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard.  For your convenience, the response is reproduced in the text below. 

 

Mr. Leonard P. Piggin

President

Kamloops Fly Fishers’ Association

Notice of Complaint Proceeding

Attached is the latest correspondance from the BC Human Rights Tribunal (HRT). Our complant has now been serverd on the Province of B. C..

The HRT wants to know when we are available to meet for a Settlement Conference and that is the next stage in this process. We will keep you up to date on the process via Monthly Meetings and Email.

At our 2019 December 17th monthly meeting I made the following resolution:

Paul Lake Boat Launch Members documents

The documents attached to this article are for Members to complete. Please send in forthwith as time is of the sessence. Leonard Piggin

NOTE: The third document is a form that Members can use to complete their own complaint.

Paul Lake Boat Launch Human Rights Complaint

Our membership unanimously approved filing the complaint at our 2019 March 26th monthly meeting.

Letter to the Prime Minister & Liberal Cabinet

The email below was sent to the Prime Minister and Liberal Cabinet. A copy of the covering email is below. The color unsigned letter is attached but it was signed and emailed on December 12th.

Tight lines. Leonard Piggin Steelhead Committee Member

Good evening The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau Prime Minister and All Liberal Cabinet Ministers (Governor In Council).

Attached is my letter on behalf of the Kamloops Fly Fishers (KFF) Steelhead Committee.

SFAB May 17 notes from Sandy MacDonald

Folks. This will be my last report until the fall.Hopefully after we have a successful sockeye fishery.

Speaking of sockeye….In port Alberni and the Skeena system ,a major sockeye collapse is forecast.
We expect at least 3-5 million to enter the Fraser system which would be large enough to provide a recreational fishery in the lower Fraser and Thompson Rivers.

CHINOOK are a different story! The Skeena system is closed to all salmon fishing this year unless an unexpected sockeye return happens ,but there will be no chinook fishery in the Skeena or Nass this year.

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