YES TO SALMON
AND WHALES
NO TO TERMINAL 2

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Tell Minister of Environment and Climate Change Jonathan Wilkinson to protect wild salmon and endangered orcas.

According to a recent report1, the Terminal 2 Project (T2), located at the mouth of British Columbia’s Fraser River, will have significant adverse effects on Chinook salmon and significant adverse and cumulative effects on Southern Resident killer whales.

If built, T2 will disrupt Chinook migration patterns and force young salmon into the open ocean before they are big and strong enough to survive there. Chinook are also the main food source for endangered Southern Resident killer whales. Just 72 of these whales remain, and those that do already suffer from chronic lack of food.

Now, Minister of Environment and Climate Change Jonathan Wilkinson has a decision to make: Approve T2 despite the risks, or acknowledge the project will have significant adverse environmental effects and pass the decision on to Cabinet.

We say, the choice is clear.

Urge Minister Wilkinson to make the right choice for salmon and orcas. Send your letter today.

Picture this: A world where salmon flourish and killer whales are well-fed.

Here at Ecojustice, we’ve spent years fighting to secure a world where Pacific salmon populations and Southern Resident killer whales rebound and thrive. That’s why we went to court to fight the Trans Mountain pipeline project2 and keep wild salmon disease-free3. And that’s why we’re continuing this work by opposing the T2 project.

But we can’t achieve this vision alone. We know from past victories that, when people come together and raise their voices, politicians listen.

 

Please, speak up for salmon and Southern Residents.

Take action by sending your letter today.

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Urge Minister of Environment and Climate Change Jonathan Wilkinson not to approve the T2 Project. 

Send your letter now.

 

   
The Honourable
Jonathan
Wilkinson
Government of Canada

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