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For you guys and gals who have a freezer burned salmon sitting in your freezer, I just found out that the Wildlife Rescue Association in Burnaby will take your old fish. Im sure no one has any as everyone seems to either not keep their catch or you only take what you need. So if you do, don't throw out your old fish if you happen to have one.Make a donation and help the creatures they are helping.

WRA Care Centre: TEL: 604.526.7275
Administration (TEL): TEL: 604.526.2747
Administration (FAX): FAX: 604.524.2890
General Email:
Location: 5216 Glencarin Drive
Burnaby, BC V5B 3C1

Cool thanks for posting this.

what do they do with them? i have a couple skeletons i havnt gotten around to throwing out yet. if i let em sit ouside in the garbage the racoons come so i freeze em until garbage day. sometimes i forget they're still in the freezer...

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