PROTECT ENDANGERED WHALES
AND WILD SALMON

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Tell Minister of Environment and Climate Change Jonathan Wilkinson to say no to the Terminal 2 (T2) project.

The proposed T2 expansion, located at the mouth of British Columbia’s Fraser River, is a threat to Chinook salmon and the Southern Resident killer whales that rely on them for food. If built, this project will disrupt salmon migration patterns, force young fish into the open ocean before they are strong enough to survive there, and make it even harder for the 74 remaining Southern Resident killer whales to find food.

Minister of Environment and Climate Change Jonathan Wilkinson has the power – and the responsibility – to protect these species. He can approve T2 despite the risks or he can acknowledge the project will hurt species and the environment and work with Cabinet to protect salmon and whales.

The choice is clear. Urge Minister Wilkinson to step up for Chinook and orcas.

 

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

The world is facing a biodiversity crisis – but we have the opportunity now to stand up for two iconic West Coast species.

Take action by sending your letter today.

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Take action now.

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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