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Hope, British Columbia, Canada

There were alternatives for Trans Mountain Corporation to digging a trench in the river to lay pipe during the time the salmon were running.

Laying pipe across the stream
Tim Takaro
Salmon visible in upsteam shallows
Tim Takaro
Dead salmon in stream
Tim Takaro
This salmon still full of eggs - evidence that the salmon had not spawned prior to dying
Tim Takaro

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