Tens of thousands of Atlantic salmon have escaped from British Columbia fish farms into 77 of the province’s waterways, according to a new report by the Canadian Parliament’s Senate Committee on Fisheries. The aquaculture industry had dismissed concerns that farm-raised Atlantic salmon would ever escape and be able to survive in the wild, posing a threat to native Pacific salmon. But the new report says the escaped fish are doing well in the wild and could endanger native Pacific populations.