• The inconvenien...

    The more British Columbians get involved in decisions about how and where our food is produced, the better it will be for our oceans and those who depend on it for their livelihoods. If you pump an audience with lies, junk science and alternative facts long enough, chances are that it will stop searching for […]

    Activists illeg...

    A group of activists boarded the Burdwood salmon farm yesterday, and illegally launched kayaks and divers into a pen holding harvest-size Atlantic salmon. According to Cermaq Canada, which owns the site that is about 70 kms east of Port Hardy, the activists violated multiple workplace safety regulations and procedures, violated biosecurity protocols which are put […]
  • Chef Sid puts a...

    Chef Sid and his wife, Minnie (L) are proud supporters of British Columbia’s seafood.  Salmon is a fish every culture gravitates to in British Columbia. Most people start out using salmon in their traditional recipes from “back home” and quickly make salmon their fish of choice for every recipe. Commercial Drive, Vancouver’s most eclectic […]

    These guys want...

    By Fabian Dawson Seawest News In pursuit of app-iness, Joseph Lee and Robert Kirstiuk want to get fresh with you. Now before you go about getting ideas, let’s be clear that we are talking about B.C. seafood. The dynamic duo are the founders of the app Coastline Market, which connects fishers and aquaculture farmers with […]
  • Science continu...

    BC salmon are raised with passion and good food as well as the latest in science and technology. Healthy, well-informed, public debate based on facts, not fear, is a cornerstone of how all industry operates in B.C., and that’s a good thing. http://www.timescolonist.com/opinion/op-ed/comment-science-continues-to-show-b-c-salmon-farms-are-safe-1.23101758  

    Seafood Industr...

    Source: Mata Press Service – published by asingh on Tue, 10/03/2017 – 18:26 British Columbia’s salmon aquaculture industry, often lambasted at home by critics armed with fishy data, has pumped over $1.5 billion towards the local economy this year resulting in the creation of about 1,600 jobs, a new independent study shows. The study comes in the […]
  • Chef Boban Kova...

    Chef Boban Kovachevich, Corporate Chef of Executive Hotels and Resorts, discovered his culinary identity at the age of seventeen, while working as a cook. At the age of twenty-one he graduated from the Hotel Industry and Tourist Culinary Center in Belgrade, Serbia. After graduation, he worked at Hotel Adria, in the midst of the European […]

    Asia’s appetite...

    Source: By Mata Press Service In a remote area northwest of Vancouver Island called Kyuquot Sound, sablefish, a Japanese delicacy for decades, is gently cultured in pristine, cold, deep water pens. After about 36 months, the sablefish, also known as black cod, are harvested from their deep water habitat using a traditional Japanese system to […]
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