Alouette Dam BC Hydro’s Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program has approved funding of $20,977 to enable ARMS to write a report which will synthesize all the scientific data that has been collected over six years including ARMS’ sockeye salmon enumeration results. This report builds into a business case that will be presented in 2014 to the BC Hydro Compensation Board and, if approved, to the BC Hydro Board for final approval.

ARMS also presented a slide show to the Mayor and Council on May 27 for an update on the Alouette Fish Passage. Geoff Clayton, ARMS President, Greta Borick-Cunningham, Executive Director spoke to the District of Maple Ridge Mayor and Council with ARMS’ Director Ken Stewart rounding out at the end inviting those present to see this as an opportunity of a lifetime, a legacy for the community of Maple Ridge and beyond.

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