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Winter 2017 – 2018 Newsletter Is Out Now!

December 19th, 2017

The Friends of Clayoquot Sound Winter 2017 – 2018 Newsletter is out with an in-depth look at the major issues in Clayoquot Sound and the work we have been doing over the last several months, including updates on our campaigns.

Click this link to read the FOCS Winter 2017 – 2018 newsletter

Articles found in this newsletter include:

Why I confronted Justin Trudeau on Vacation

Clayoquot Salmon Festival Hosts Dr. Kristi Miller

Protecting Wild Salmon Through Unity & Celebration

Salmon Solidarity Movement Grows & Escalates

Indigenous Advocate’s Private Prosecution Against Imperial Metals

Ancient Rainforest Protection

Take a read and please share online!  Print copies will be mailed out and can be found at many outlets in Tofino and around BC. Contact us to help with distribution in your area.

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