Death of a fishery

By Steve Ducharme, President, South Indian Lake Fishermen’s Association

Winnipeg Free Press, posted April 15, 2016

The commercial whitefish fishery at South Indian Lake was once the second largest in Manitoba, and the lifeblood of our proud, self-reliant community. Now it is mostly gone. Most of this collapse has happened since 1999, when the NDP took power, and under the oversight and management of the province. Continue reading “Death of a fishery”

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