• Low risk of vir...

    Report is the first in a series that will assess the risk of pathogen transfer associated with aquaculture activities to wild fish and the environment By SeaWest News A new report by Fisheries and Oceans Canada has found that there are only minimal risks to the wild Fraser River sockeye salmon populations due to the […]

    The 10 most awe...

    This week you have just a few last moments to find those special tokens of appreciation for the brilliant people in your life. Why not celebrate with some of our beautiful British Columbia’s gifts from the ocean? Without further ado, here are a few hints… Ned Bell’s Lure Cookbook “Eating sustainable seafood is about opening […]
  • Discredited act...

    Group was warned by government not to use “reckless allegations based on incomplete science” to impact livelihood of thousands of British Columbians A group of discredited activists, whose objective is to shut down salmon farms, have once again trotted out a dubious document to smear one of B.C.’s most sustainable industries. The rogue scientists spouting […]

    A solid year fo...

    Over 40 First Nation and Indigenous communities are now directly or indirectly involved in farming seafood in Canada. Canada’s seafood farmers produced a solid year of sustainable growth and new jobs in 2016 according to a new report released today by the Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance (CAIA). The report, Sustainable, Diverse and Growing – The […]
  • A Christmassy M...

    Every December we look forward to holiday gatherings with our colleagues, friends and family. It is, possibly, the one time of the year where we feel wild abandon in showing appreciation and love to the people in our lives. It is also a time of year when we want something new, interesting and still festive, […]

    Variety is key ...

    Eat salmon and shellfish from accredited farms 2 to 3 times every week. Buy beef, chickens, ducks and other farmed animals from reputable local businesses. Investigate local greenhouses and support the businesses you respect. Buying organic fruits and vegetables from local farms are great for the peoples who can afford them, but local-conventional fruits and […]
  • Cermaq Jobs

    A career on the oceans Many different job types available near Vancouver Island communities Whether you are new to the work force, a skilled worker, a college or university graduate or someone simply looking for a career change, salmon aquaculture offers steady year-round employment in a variety of positions. Cermaq Canada employs more than 250 […]

    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 […]
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