Re: West Beach purchased by a developer.
I caught the following bites fishing the net for a handful of minutes using "Adam's River salmon world class" for bait:
"Salmon Arm BC, May 1, 2012: The Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC) is pleased to confirm that 'Salute the Sockeye' has qualified for the Signature Experiences Collection (SEC), which is an innovative marketing program with the goal of inspiring international travelers to book their next vacation in Canada. The SEC, first launched in July 2011, showcases high quality Canadian Experiences from coast to coast and delivers authentic experiences for international customers."
"In the fall, the world famous 'Adams River Salmon Run' is a mere few minutes drive from anywhere in the North Shuswap."
- Travel British Columbia
"Clearwater River offers big white-water in the pristine setting of Wells Gray Provincial Park; and rafting through the crystal clear water of the Adams River, located within the fully-protected Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park, is a great introduction to rafting and to the world-famous sockeye salmon run which bears the river's name."
- Super, Natural British Columbia Canada
"Every year in early October…the Sockeye Salmon make their run of the Adams River. Every 4th year is a 'dominant' run, with millions of fish to be seen (2010 and 2014 will be dominant runs). Nearly 10 million sockeye salmon returned in 2010 to the Fraser River and the Adams River."
- Blogger JCV
"One of the High Country most amazing spectacles occurs on the Adams River near Chase, with the world's most productive sockeye salmon run."
- Kamloops B.C. Magazine
"I immediately felt they were bang on with their concept and approach," said Tighe-Lovsin. "I wanted our world-class salmon experience to be part of this extraordinary program that markets experiences to 11 countries. It will bring the world to the Shuswap and Salmon Arm."
- MJO Tours Hooks Recognition, Vernon Morning Star.com
I am not writing to tackle the issue of development on the Shuswap, I am writing you to state the obvious . . . the mouth of the Adams River is the wrong place for a multi-million-dollar housing development.