• B.C. businesses...

    Campbell River Chamber of Commerce resolution for a Federal Aquaculture Act gets overwhelming support. Thousands of B.C. businesses in British Columbia have lent their support for a Federal Aquaculture Act to clarify industry responsibilities and provide fair access to long term fish farm tenures. The push for a Federal Aquaculture, which has been embraced by […]

    Credible scienc...

    Expert panel studying appropriate use of scientific evidence in decisions concerning aquaculture expected to deliver report in October. A federal expert panel on the appropriate use of scientific evidence in decisions concerning aquaculture is expected to deliver its report at the end of October, the office of Canada’s chief Science Advisor said today. “The panel is […]
  • Salmon Pasta Re...

    Salmon Pasta Recipe : There is fresh salmon all year round in British Columbia. Pair with seasonal vegetables and pasta for this quick and easy Salmon Pasta Recipe. It’s almost the end of August and that means summer bounty is at its peak. Let’s enjoy the plenty of fresh  salmon and seafood, and fruits and vegetables, […]

    Dear Anti-fish ...

    Aquaculture experts pan renewed false claims by anti-fish farm activist Alexandra Morton. A renewed attempt by anti-fish farm activists to alarm the public that the Piscine orthoreovirus or PRV is endangering wild salmon stocks has been panned by the BC Centre for Aquatic Health Sciences (BC CAHS). “Nothing new here and nothing alarming here,” said Dr. Jim […]
  • Sustainabilty p...

    Is the aquaculture industry capable of meeting the UNDP’s sustainable development goals? One of the UNDP Sustainable Development Goals (SDG,) aim is to sustainably manage and protect marine and coastal ecosystems (aquaculture industry) by enhancing conservation and the sustainable use of ocean-based resources through international law. The SDGs aim to sustainably manage and protect marine […]

    UNDP – Fi...

    UNDP Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) The UNDP Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has put the pressure on aquaculture to grow more fish. We need to feed a population of 7.6 billion. We need to alleviate the pressures off our shrinking arable land. We have to slow down the evaporation of our clean-drinking water. Droughts, earthquakes, floods […]
  • Fact checking F...

    BC’s salmon farmers and Alaska salmon ranchers have the same goal but the ‘Great Land’ does not put its money where its mouth is, when it comes to fish farming. The Canadian anti-fish farm lobby often points to Alaska when it makes its case to push British Columbia to ban open-net salmon farming. But as […]

    Anti-salmon far...

    Chicagoans who are active in the social and political spheres are gearing up for a busy few months. We are heading into what promises to be one of the most important mid-term election cycles in the United States. Activism and movements will abound. Granted this has little to do with Canada and everything to do […]
  • Armed with lies...

    Some First Nations leaders have ingeniously tied the fish farming discourse into treaty claims knowing that the politics of aboriginal rights are easier to manipulate than the realities of science. Commentary By Fabian Dawson SeaWestNews Unable to provide any credible scientific evidence to back their claims that BC fish farms threaten the survival of wild […]

    B.C. salmon is ...

    We love them, salmon recipes. The ingredients, like B.C. salmon, make the meal. Not passion, love of food or interesting sauces, or even torturing your food with methods that read like a contortionist’s how-to manual. What is the use of coating a “purple-skinned aubergine” in a salt crust, roasting it to a blackened state, throwing […]
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