A private party has called the National Bill to reduce the pollution of the Bill Islands.
The M-151 motion was filed in November 2017 by Courtenay-Alberni Gordon Gordon Gordon.
Johns told Hanjin Marine Debris that it was inspired after November 2016. After destroying 35 vessels and washing their beaches on the western coast of Vancouver Island, they volunteered to clean up the spillages.
In an expression, Johns called a voice episode "the great victory of ocean and coastal communities."
"It is a strong confirmation that direct and immediate actions are needed to comply with the regulatory and regulatory norms related to the pollution of Canadian marine plastics," John said.
The movement comes from the recommendations published by the Victoria Eugenia Environmental Law Center of 2017.
Identifies several important steps to prevent and eliminate the environmental pollution of the marine environment.
These include the reduction of plastic waste, the reduction of industrial use of single-use plastics and the provision of current financing to clean existing plastic contamination.