Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Sockeye crash judicial inquiry

[This from Alexandra Morton.

The link to the MP's petition discussed below is here. You have to print it out and send it (free postage) for it to count.

It's easy as pie if you have a double sided printer. Otherwise no worries, just throw it in a good old fashioned envelope ;-) and mail it without postage to:

Peter Julian, MP
Room 178 - Confederation Building
House of Commons
Ottawa ON K1A 0A6]

Hello All

Good News Finally! Peter Julian, Member of Parliament – New Westminster has just launched a petition for a Judicial Inquiry into the Fraser sockeye crash.

CONSIDER THIS: If there had been a Judicial Inquiry into the declining North Atlantic cod, we would have rebuilt that fish stock by now because we would have discovered that the critical research by Dr. Ransom Myers of DFO was being suppressed by DFO (Department of Fisheries and Oceans).

Here we are again. DFO is completely silent, they have not even acknowledged that the Fraser sockeye crash pattern is extremely specific and provided the media with misinformation.

A judicial inquiry will place people under oath so they can be heard over the politics.

Please go to Peter Julian’s website

And download the petition document, and sign.

This has to be a paper copy, there can be 1 signature on a page, or a full page of signatures, the address is on the document and postage to the federal government is free.

You cannot say you care about wild salmon if you don’t make this effort. This will make a very big difference in the future of BC and the eastern pacific.

Alexandra Morton


1 comment:

  1. can't an online petition be printed and used?
    my printer is out of ink, can't afford to buy new
    or even pay for a print out at staples
    these should be distributed by the ndp offices everywhere
    ie spencer herbert