• Dock Days of su...

    If you are planning to meet the skipper and crew of the Pacific Discovery and learn more about Fish Safe register for your Expo All Access Pass. By SeawestNews Cheryl Lawson has been on the high seas fishing since she was 15. She has trolled, gillnetted, longlined, packed sea urchins, seined and done just about […]

    10-year plan fo...

    ‘I can’t think of an industry that had been on the receiving end of so much criticism and been given so little credit for its successes.’ By Seawestnews The Scottish government is to work in tandem with the country’s fish farmers to address health challenges and help the industry grow sustainably, rural affairs minister Fergus […]
  • From Shanghai t...

    Chef Tony Su brings more than 25 years’ experience to his role as Chinese Executive Chef for Cordis Shanghai, Hongqiao which is the new upscale hotel of the Langham Hospitality in Shanghai. As a Shanghainese, Chef Tony Su brings authentic Shanghai cuisine to Xi Wei which unveils the memory of old Shanghai. “To taste a […]

    Learn and advan...

    Excel Career College’s aquaculture expert to host five workshops at BC Seafood Expo 2018 By SeawestNews So you want to know more about the science of aquaculture. Perhaps you are interested in the secrets of the seafood industry like salmonid psychology and behavior. Or maybe you are exploring a career in BC’s sustainable seafood farming […]
  • Sea sensations ...

    New and enhanced competitions will light up the stages at the BC Seafood Festival on Vancouver Island By SeawestNews Top international and local celebrity chefs and oyster shuckers will be leveraging their skills and swagger to win top prizes and epic bragging rights at a myriad of cooking competitions during the BC Seafood Festival Signature […]

    Expo to explore...

    Over 40 First Nations and Indigenous communities are now directly or indirectly involved in farming seafood in Canada. By SeaWestNews The BC Seafood Expo next month will examine business opportunities for First Nations communities along the entire aquaculture and fisheries value chain. Over 40 First Nation and Indigenous communities are now directly or indirectly involved […]
  • Chef Chris Andr...

    Executive Chef Chris Andraza, Fanny Bay Oyster Bar, father says he grew up with a love for food and curative sense for dishing it out. Chef Chris Andraza started his cooking career in Banff, Alberta, under Chef Roger Van Denhouvel at the Lake Louis Inn. He eventually landed in Victoria, BC, where he became a […]

    Gordon Ramsay&#...

    BC Seafood Festival is almost here. Plenty of fish, mussels, oysters, geoduck and spot prawns will be offered up. Wild BC spot prawns are a delicacy known around the world for their sweet, delicate flavour and firm texture. When spot prawns in in season every chef jumps on the catches and before you know it, […]
  • Meet Cocktail E...

    Armed with an exhaustive knowledge of cocktail lore and a reputation for shaking up unique, elegant-yet-funky twists on traditional drinks, Sabrine Dhaliwal has quickly established herself as a top-shelf talent not just in her adopted hometown of Vancouver but the world over. Originally from the Netherlands, Sabrine began to embrace her abiding passion for food, […]

    BC Seafood Fest...

    While Chef Lisa Ahier’s roots are in Fort Worth, Texas her heart is on the west coast of Vancouver Island where she and her family can combine their taste for wilderness, wildlife and great food. Chef Lisa Ahier and her husband Artie began their partnership in tandem on a yacht in the Caribbean – Artie […]
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