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Exploring the Fate of the Fraser River

Fraser River map

A Tyee reporter paddles from source to sea, a journey that teaches how the mighty watershed is central to the future of nature and humans in British Columbia.

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Colleen Kimmett on the mighty Fraser

The Fate of the Fraser

Exploring BC's future by journeying the length of its mightiest river. First in a series.

By Colleen Kimmett, 19 Nov 2008


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Roy Howard

The Fraser's Fragile Forests

Near the headwaters of BC's vast watershed, how to place a value on ancient trees? Second in a series.

By Colleen Kimmett, 26 Nov 2008


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Sockeye Salmon

A Fraser Full of Fish No More?

All of BC has a stake in better managing once massive salmon runs. Third in a series.

By Colleen Kimmett, 3 Dec 2008


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Brenda Beckwith paddling in a canoe

'Heart and Soul of the Province'

Paddling into the Lower Fraser, a magnet for wildlife and humans. Last in a series.

By Colleen Kimmett, 10 Dec 2008


Come to the Water and Celebrate Vancouver’s Thriving Shoreline

Paddle a kayak, touch sea creatures, create crafts, listen to live music and much more at the fourth annual Water’s Edge Day in Vanier Park.

By Tyee Staff