B.C. Releases Draft Columbia River Treaty Recommendations, Wants Full Accounting Of U.S. Benefits

Canada’s British Columbia Province this week released draft recommendations for a new Columbia River Treaty, saying the current treaty “does not account for the full range of benefits in the United States or the impacts in British Columbia,” and that salmon migration above Grand Coulee is not a treaty issue.

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