• Lights, camera,...

    Marine Harvest’s operations have been a hotspot for film crews recently, with two projects using its facilities. Sargeaunts Pass was the kick-off point for a project capturing the journey of Marine Harvest products take from harvest to table. Starting at the farm, the video took in the M.V. Amarissa Joye, the Port Hardy and Surrey plants, and finally […]

    The aquaculture...

    campaigns that oversimplify complex fish farming issues have left British Columbians in a fog of competing politicized agendas, contested science and misinformation, says a new study. By Fabian Dawson SeaWestNews Campaigns by environmental non-governmental organizations (ENGOs) that oversimplify complex aquaculture issues have left British Columbians caught in a fog of competing politicized agendas, contested science and […]
  • Celebrate Deepa...

    Deepavali (Diwali) symbolises the spiritual victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance. Considered one of the most popular festival of Hinduism, this festival is celebrated by Hindus, Jains and Sikhs living around the globe. This is a time when families and friends come together to worship, and to celebrate with […]

     Investing in t...

    B.C. aquaculture giants pump millions into new technology and sea vessels to strengthen commitments with First Nations partners and coastal communities By Fabian Dawson SeaWestNews If you think that salmon farming in Western Canada’s oceans is a sunset industry, think again. The big three in British Columbia’s aquaculture industry – Marine Harvest, Cermaq and Grieg […]
  • Hawaii says Alo...

    Partnership to raise Hawaii’s global visibility in marine aquaculture The University of Hawaiʻi and state agencies have formed a partnership to raise Hawaii’s global visibility in marine aquaculture and to capitalize on the commercial opportunities available worldwide. The partners are the Hawaii Strategic Development Corporation (HSDC), University of Hawaiʻi, UH Ventures, LLC and Natural Energy […]

    Turning the tid...

    Southeast Asia Fisheries and Aquaculture Initiative, is helping drive sustainable seafood production in Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam, and Myanmar By John F. Kerry and Julie Packard Tip O’Neill said, “All politics is local.” It is just as applicable to global environmental diplomacy as it is to local ward politics. You have to go to […]
  • Q&A with D...

    Sharing science, caring about wild salmon and tech innovation drives veteran fish health expert, Dr. Diane Morrison, in her new role as managing director of Marine Harvest Canada West. By Fabian Dawson SeaWestNews As the new Managing Director of Marine Harvest Canada West, Dr. Diane Morrison brings 25 years’ experience in salmon health and production, […]

    Aquaculture a k...

    Over 4,000 participants expected at Sustainable Blue Economy Conference in Kenya that is co-hosted by Canada and Japan By Fabian Dawson SeaWestNews Over 4,000 participants from around the world will come together in Kenya next month for the Sustainable Blue Economy Conference, which is being co-hosted by Canada and Japan. The mega-conference will; i)    […]
  • Unsung hero win...

    Alan Donkin helped drive significant innovations in fish nutrition for 40 years By SeaWestNews Alan Donkin’s significant innovations in fish nutrition has garnered him the 2018 Atlantic Canada Aquaculture Award. “Alan Donkin is one of the unsung heroes of our region’s aquaculture industry. He’s helped drive significant innovations in fish nutrition since the industry began […]

    Broiled Salmon ...

    This Broiled Salmon with Blistered Tomatoes, by Chef Barton Seaver, is simple to make, and incredibly delicious. “Farmed seafood is an essential part of healthy diets and a healthy planet. Participating in the resilience of our communities and ecosystems is as easy as cooking delicious seafood at home. This is a recipe I created in […]
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