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Pregnant and craving salmon?

Like all farmed foods, salmon farming is mandated by organisations set in place to protect our health British Columbia is a wonderful place to rear children, a place where they can breathe clean air, drink plenty of fresh water, a…

Salmon, it does a body good

Examples of oily fish include: Steelhead trout, which are farmed right here in British Columbia, and salmon, also farmed in BC. By Samantha Bacchus McLeodSeaWestNews Do you ever feel completely exhausted from having debates with people about the benefits of…

Why Atlantic Canada wants aquaculture to keep growing

“One need only go to the communities to talk to the people working in the sector and the business groups to see what aquaculture is bringing to their communities” CommentaryBy Jamie Baker A recent letter-writer asked a very important question:…

Canada renews 79 licences for BC’s salmon farmers

Long awaited aquaculture announcement delivers a major blow to the science-deficit campaigns by anti-fish farming activists who want to shut down salmon farms in British Columbia. By Fabian DawsonSeaWestNews Ottawa today announced a two-year renewal of aquaculture licences for 79…

Let us keep our salmon farms say First Nation leaders

Salmon aquaculture operations have brought us out of a dark era of depression, poverty, and suicides, say First Nation leaders in a series of poignant videos. By Fabian DawsonSeaWestNews First Nation leaders from British Columbia’s coastal communities are demanding that…