The Canadian Press

1998-01-13 | Salmon-Report

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The special envoys in the Pacific salmon war recommended government-to-government negotiations to resolve the bitter fight. Canadian envoy David Strangway and US counterpart William Ruckelshaus said talking to fishery groups wasn't working. Instead, they recommended Canada and the US adopt two-year arrangements for commercial salmon fishing, and find a way of conserving salmon and an equitable sharing of the catch. BC Premier Glen Clark called it a good first step.

Date: 1998-01-13
Placeline: Mexico City, Mexico
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 19 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << there's some very good news in this respect in the report it confirms that the American overfishing implicitly if not explicitly and secondly it suggests that the stakeholder process which was the Americans position is a failed has failed and that is been bridge come his position >>

Clip ID: 19980113CPCN002