On August 15, 2016, three traditional leaders of the Dzawada'enuxw First Nation (Kingcome) stepped onto the Cermaq/Mitsubishi salmon farm in the Burdwood Islands.  meet This farm sits at the mouth of the Viner River, once the spawning grounds for 40,000 chum salmon.  The G-clan orca used to arrive to fish this salmon stock every October, but since 2001, the sea lice on the Burdwood salmon farm have eaten millions of juvenile chum salmon from this river to death. IMG_1809 In their own words - this video is going viral with over 30,000 views in less than 24 hours on the facebook page Musgamagw Dzawada'enuxw Cleansing Our Waters. For more information on this ongoing process www.cleansingourwaters