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No Definite Answer to Fish Kill Question

No Definite Answer to Fish Kill Question Society expects science — medical and physical — to solve all problems and when it doesn’t, questions abound on what use science is if it cannot attend to all pressing needs. Fish kills aren’t unknown is in this vast country — a lot of them in fresh water systems, caused by runoffs of this or that chemical from industrial sources. On the briny side of the coin, it isn’t uncommon each summer to see dead whales or dolphins wash up on our ...

Fish Kill an Enigma Inside a Maze, So Far

Finding dead fish, shellfish and whales along the jagged coastline of southwestern Nova Scotia isn’t a rarity. These species, like us humanoids, expire from natural causes after a number of years — the way of all flesh. The shoreline around Port Maitland, for example, has seen its share of dead whales washing up on its pristine sandy beaches. I well remember a whole slew of pothead whales committing suicide on that beach years ago, the carcases unceremoniously buried on the site by a ...

Dealing with Death

P.E.I. Contending With Multiple Fish Die-Offs Fish kill. Two little words that Prince Edward Islanders have become intimately aware of. Yes, that’s right, the same P.E.I. from all the postcards with the idyllic fishing villages and rolling green landscapes bordered by wildflowers and Anne of Green Gable-themed everything. But there are days in this province when the green fields don’t seem quite so vibrant and the fishermen shake their heads at the state of world. Those are the ...