The Pacific Salmon Treaty (PST), signed by Canada and the United States (U.S.) in 1985, provides the framework through which the two countries work together to conserve and manage Pacific salmon. Pacific salmon are highly migratory and, over the course of their lifecycle, fish originating in the rivers of one country are often subject to the fisheries of another. A high degree of bilateral cooperation is required to limit the harvest of one country’s salmon by the other and to help ensure conservation. [ More... ]
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