Year after year the Byrne Creek river keepers have tried to revive and restock this creek and every other year there is a chemical spill or deliberate dumping and all the fish end up dead, I personally admire their efforts but in all reality there is too much industry and development in Burnaby, it has happened too often, you see folks that`s the bottom line, you can`t develop on or near Salmon bearing streams, accident after accident and if it isn`t accidental it`s an on purpose dumping of poisons, the picture of dead coho Salmon floating in Bryne creek is enough to bring tears to my eyes.(read about it here)http://www2.canada.com/burnabynow/index.html
Here is the link to the story,the first link has a picture which is on the front page of the Burnaby Now..the story link is here.http://www2.canada.com/burnabynow/news/story.html?id=1c9bf62b-225c-4fd2-b082-e9305afae2fc
Friends,sometimes I get a little grumpy,it just tears me up reading about fish kills,I have lost count on how many times the Byrne Creek Salmon have been slaughtered by toxic chemicals, and yes sometimes It appears like i`m angry at my contributors,nothing could be further from the truth,it`s all of you that keep me posting. There will be no investigation,no one will come forward,no company will be fined,the Streamkeepers will re-stock Bryne Creek and they will all get slaughtered again, and I will shed more tears and have nightmares.
The Straight Goods
Cheers-Eyes Wide Open