• Peruvian fusion...

    Shelome Bouvette, owner and executive chef of Chicha’s, a modern Peruvian fusion tapas restaurant, is regarded as one of the female pioneers in the culinary industry with her signature modern west coast Latin fusion. A veteran Vancouver chef, as well as trained pastry Chef, and member of the highly regarded women culinary and hospitality innovators and leaders association, “Les […]

    Meet BC Seafood...

    Born and raised on a farm in Hawaii, Eva grew up surrounded by the tropical bounty that Mother Nature has to offer – the mountains, the ocean, and the earth. Her grandparents were farmers and fishermen, and since she was young, she greatly appreciated how food was sourced naturally and wanted to pursue the path of farm to table cooking. She believes that food […]
  • Conservation gr...

    Farming the sea sustainably increases the security of our food supply, the supply of healthy protein while reducing the ecological footprint, say conservation groups. By SeaWestNews Anti-fish farm groups in BC, trying to kill the sustainable aquaculture industry, want you to believe that all conservation groups are behind their efforts. That is simply not true […]

    Chef Mark Best,...

    Chef Mark Best is amongst Australia’s most awarded and revered chefs. At Marque restaurant he cemented his place in the upper echelons of the global fine dining scene. Amongst a raft of awards Marque was featured for three years running in the prestigious San Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants, commencing with the 2010 “Break-through award”. […]
  • Plans for the B...

    In just a little over two weeks I will be attending the BC Seafood Festival which is being held in Comox Valley, Vancouver Island from June 8th to June 17th. By Ana Roman SeaWestNews I am beyond excited for a few reasons. Although I have visited Canada many times I have never been to Vancouver, […]

    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 […]

    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 […]
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