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Many companies in Canada have made deft moves and had to pivot to stay alive through the pandemic of Covid-19, and one of those companies is Walcan Seafood of Heriot Bay, B.C.. They process and market fresh seafood from Quadra Island, next to Campbell River, B.C.. 

They deliver fresh and frozen fish and prawns and a couple dozen food products to customers on Vancouver Island and Vancouver. The Walcan Seafood processing plant switched to include direct sales to customers, instead of just operations shipping pallets to Vancouver for distribution to restaurants and retailers.  

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Together with project partners, Canada’s Ocean Supercluster announced the Integrated Operations and Real-Time Analytics Project. Led from Newfoundland and Labrador and Nova Scotia, the almost $27 million project will bridge gaps between land, sea-based, and processing operations that exist in the aquaculture industry today by providing real-time information, analytics and environmental connectivity to improve overall business operations. Through its development, the project will create 138 new jobs, including 20 at project implementation.