• Chef Ned Bell, ...

    A chef’s moral responsibility to the world is to respect people and cultures while teaching about food-sustainability.  Before there were celebrity chefs in Vancouver there were chefs Ned Bell, Rob Feenie and Michael Jacob, the chefs that put Vancouver’s restaurant scene on the map with Lumiere, the multi-awarded Vancouver restaurant. Before Lumiere there was Le […]

    Beware the eco-...

    10,000-year journey that is just bearing fruit threatened by foreign funded activism says Calvin Helin, a leading authority on economic independence for First Nations By Fabian Dawson SeaWestNews First Nations leaders in BC should be wary of activists who are trying to gain their support to stop energy and natural resource projects in Canada, warns […]
  • Sea Pact funds ...

    Grants announced on World Oceans Day to drive seafood sustainability Sea Pact, an innovative association of ten leading North American seafood companies working together to drive industry sustainability progress, has announced funding support to three projects advancing aquaculture sustainability globally. Aquaculture now accounts for over 50% of seafood consumed globally, and advances in the management […]

    The BC Seafood ...

    The 12th annual #BCSeafoodFest held in the Comox Valley celebrates  the bounty of BC seafood By SeaWestNews After 12 years in the making, the next generation of the BC Seafood Festival is open from June 8th to 17th and is the largest seafood festival in Western Canada. For 10 days, visitors will be able to […]
  • “We do not reco...

    Sea Shepherd Society’s lawyer says the organization does not respect Indigenous territories in Canada By SeaWestNews In correspondence to a Canadian First Nation, a Sea Shepherd Society’s lawyer says the organization does not respect Indigenous territories in Canada, and the American organization’s vessels will do as they please this summer in seeking to remove aboriginal […]

    Aquaculture ope...

    As we celebrate World Oceans Day here is a look at what some countries are doing with sustainable aquaculture programs to combat overfishing By Fabian Dawson SeaWestNews More than half of the world’s fish and seafood products come from aquaculture. The increasing demand and the simultaneous decline of the natural stocks due to overfishing have […]
  • Seafood Expo sa...

    World Oceans day is a timely opportunity for us to be thankful for the bounty from our seas By SeawestNews World Oceans Day on June 8 is a timely opportunity for us to be thankful for the bounty from our seas says America’s top seafood nutritionist. “We’d like to take this opportunity to thank the […]

    Need an adventu...

    Adventure tourism is certainly not a new trend but it is fast becoming a choice for more people these days. One of the fastest growing adventures is sailing the high seas. Many Europeans, for example, are choosing to visit Canada for their adventure trips because it is considered a safer place than most to eat, […]
  • Orange and Seaf...

    Did you know that the underwater world is far from insignificant when it comes to health benefits; shrimp, lobster, crab and scallops are particularly rich in protein. The following Orange and Seafood recipe has it all. Shrimps and scallops are almost entirely free of saturated fat, while being good sources of omega-3. These substances, which […]

     Meet Brendan H...

    The BC Seafood Expo International Buyers Reception, which is sponsored by Flying Fresh Air Freight, will feature an array of Canadian seafood prepared by BC chefs. By SeawestNews If you come across Canadian seafood in some remote corner of the world during your travels, chances are Brendan Harnett (pictured) got it there. “Demand for Canadian […]
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