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Most run-of-river B.C. hydro projects can harm fish

Study finds all but one of 44 projects is on fish habitat, including salmon, trout and char

Courtesy of J. Armstrong/University of Washington
By Larry Pynn Vancouver Sun November 3, 2013
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Almost 100 percent of private run-of-river power projects studied in B.C. are located on streams where they could affect fish, an interim study for the Pacific Salmon Foundation has found.

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