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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta inuraaoy, june irie LKIMBKIDGE HERALD cannery take over Japanese businessmen warned OTTAWA Fisheries Minis- ter Jack Davis warned Tuesday that if the Japanese take over Cassiar Cannery Prince Rupert they'll find that their fishboats are no more valuable than second hand taxis. Davis announced that he will lower the licence classification of Cassiar fishboats to limit their lives rather than allow foreign nationals to acquire ex- clusive fishing rights in Cana- dian waters through the back door. "There is no way In which foreign nationals are going to get control over the right to fish in Canadian the minis- ter declared, noting that only Canadian citizens can hold valid fishing licences. Strikes head on river bottom ATMORE (CP) body of 23-year-old Leo Joseph Kar- petr of Atmore was recovered from the Lac la Biche River near this northeastern Alberta community after he had drown- ed when he dived off a bridge and struck his head on the bot- tom. "In limited entry fisheries like salmon and lobsters where the boat is the ticket of entry into the fishery, the status rf the vessel will change if it is sold to a Davis satd. He warned that he will drop Cassiar fishboats, which would be included in the sale of the cannery to Japanese interests, from "A" category to "B" cate- gory if the sale goes through. Davis explained that while in both categories of boats, li- cences are renewable annually, class "A" licences are renew- able indefinitely with the right to have the boat replaced by a vessel of comparable tonnage, white class "B" licences have a maximum life of 10 years. Dropping the licence classi- fication, a power granted the minister under Fisheries Act regulations, "reduces the value of the vessel Davis said. "They'd about as much value as a second hand he added, "They'd cease to have the perpetual right to fish." The minister reported that Cassiar Cannery has about 100 fishboats on the West Coast, about two per cant of the fotal number of boats iperating there. Even if the company were sold, he explained, only Canadian fishermen could man Cassiar's boats. "But what we are concerned with here u basic Davis said. "We can see as we become more successful in en- larging our exclusive fishing zones a number of foreign na- tions are going to try to in through the back door by buying up Canadian companies "There Is no way the Cana- dian government is going to al- low foreign individuals or cor- porations to get the exclusive right to fish in Canadian wa- the minister stated. fWest very real-Baldwin By VICTOR MACKIE Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA The Trudeau government is further alien- ating the west by waving fed- eral power and building a cli- mate of distrust prior to the up- coming conference between Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and the western premiers in Calgary next month, according to a Conservative MP from the west. Peter Bawden, Progressive Conservtive MP for Calgary South, returned Tuesday from the west with that impression. 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The conference set for July 24 represents the first time that the prime minister has said he will acknowledge with action the legitimate economic dis- party of western Canada, The provinces have responded by preparing to present the prime minister with a reasoned and well researched solution de- signed to place the western provinces on a parity with all of Canada. Every Canadian would hope that the deliberations will be successful and strengthen con- federation, he said. However Mr. Bawden founS a growing concern in the west over the pre-conference state- ments of certain federal cabinet ministers. He mentioned Fi- nance Minister John Turner and Justice Minister Otto Lang. "These gentlemen have ap- parently found it desirable to engender a climate of distrust by waving federal power in warning the provinces not to ex- pect too much from the deliber- ations. Mr. Lang even went so far as to advise the premiers not to view their problems with "tunnel the PC mem- ber said. Mir. Bawden found such state- ments hard to take when it was I realized that Mr. Trudeau called the conference, estab- lished the agenda and stated that he wanted to remove the cause of western discontent. Indian hunting endangered II 0 C K Y M 0 U N T AIN i HOUSE, Alia. (CP1 The right of treaty Indians to hunt on crown lands could be en- dangered if these lands are designated wilderness areas and opened to recreational de- velopment, Chief John Snow of the Stoney Indian band said here. Chief Snow told land use hearings conducted by the Al- berta E n vironment Conserva- tion Authority he is concerned that the livelihood of his peo- ple may be at stake with the development of the eastern slope region of the Rocky Mountains He said he has learned that some members of his tribe have been restricted from hunting, fishing and trapping in areas of the north Saskatch- ewan river valley. ''Our people have lived and used the area for two centuries, and now we are told that it is closed to our people He urged legislation to safe- guard the rights of Indians and said the provincial government must demonstrate a desire to work with Indians. If the gov- ernment doesn't help, "there is a very good chance that a lot of Indian people will reach the conclusion that the only way to make Canadians aware of the problem is to take the law into their own hands." Waiting period [for farm Joans GRANDE PRAIRIE CCP) Fanners applying for loans un- der the recently-announced Al- berta agricultural development program will have a wait- ing period of six months, dis- trict agriculturist Frank Graves said yesterday. Mr. Graves said that delay is being caused by an "aval- anche of requests" from Alber- ta fanners for loans under the program. The loans are avail- able to a maximum of for 'expanding farm operations. 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