He lives to share his salmon, but faces tighter regulations and waning fish stocks
Eugene Victor went fishing for the first time when he was 17 years old. It was also the first time he met his biological father after growing up in foster care. They went to the Fraser River for the occasion, near Yale First Nation, just north of Hope, B.C. “Right away I was like, this is where I belong. This is me. I feel at home here,” Victor says.