, , ,


The rotting pieces of salmon carcasses and congealed fat are washing up on the shores of Jordan Bay on the South Coast of Nova Scotia from a “super chill” die-off at a massive industrial fish farm operated by New Brunswick-based multi-national Cooke Aquaculture.

The shoreline pollution is resulting in a major backlash from local citizens, who are accusing the government of allowing Cooke to use the Bay as a “garbage dump.”

Some of the visuals used by group called “People for a Clean Ocean” are below: