Tim Rundle Named Organic Champion of the Year

We Have a Lot to Thank Percy Starr For 

Fish Safe BC’s core programs provide fishermen with relevant safety training either on their own vessels or in their community. Focus remains on the Safest Catch Program and outreach to the smaller boat fleet. 


Cermaq Scholarships for Ahousaht Students to Pursue Bright Futures

Sliammon Hatchery: 70 Million Fish And Counting

MOWI Wharfside January 2020

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Safety Program Designed By Fishermen For Fishermen

10-year Anniversary for Cermaq’s Sustainability Report

Joint Statement: Liberal Policy Harmful to Canada’s Innovative Seafood Farming Community, Not Based in Science

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Dear Prime Minister Rt Hon Justin Trudeau, on the subject of fish farming in Canada

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Cermaq Canada Assisting Ahousaht Students Access Higher Education

Employees Help Cermaq Achieve ASC Milestones

Dr. Dick Beamish's Talk at Seafood West Summit 2018

Fish Mortalities, Temperature, and Toxic Algae

The pressure we've put on wild salmon has created serious management challenges, according to John Paul Fraser, Executive Director of the B.C. Salmon Farmers Association. Fraser is familiar with the subject of managing west coast salmon, "I worked for Hon. David Anderson in the mid-1990s when he was the Minister Responsible for Department of Fisheries and Oceans." Fraser notes Anderson was from Victoria and uniquely able to move the focus of Canadian fisheries management from east to west coast at a time when it was required to do so. 

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FishSafeBC Transport Canada Orange Decal Program

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Changes Could Fix It

Grieg Seafood Commends Work of Ocean Legacy Foundation


Restoring Sockeye Salmon Stocks

Science of Salmon  Reported in October

Grieg NL Accepts  Equity Investments for the Placentia Bay Atlantic Salmon Aquaculture Project 

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Mar. 7, 2017 - Campbell River, B.C.,  By Ian Roberts, Salmon Farmer, 25 years

Victoria Industrial Safety Training Instructs the Safe Operation of All Types of Forklifts

Chinook Salmon are Disappearing and Management 

PHOTO CREDIT Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance

Women Welders Find Success in Salmon Industry

An Industry Removed from Carbon Intense Food Production

Cermaq Examines Nova Scotia Opportunities

Fisheries and Aquaculture news and feature stories
FishSafeBC - Safest Catch Program

Cermaq Canada Further Certified to ASC Standard

Science Seminar Showcases Latest Ocean and Aquaculture Research

Indigenous Monitoring and Inspection Plan for the Broughton Archipelago  

Federal Report Calls for Economic Growth Approach for Seafood Farming in Canada

FishSafeBC’s Core Programs Provide Fishermen with Relevant Safety Training         READ IT HERE

The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, and Canada Engage the Project

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Less Threat of Depleting the World's Seafood Stocks

World’s most toxic “news”?

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Salmon Farmers Building Social License With First Nations

Creative Salmon Looking Back and Ahead

Designing Marine Emergency Duties for Fishing Crew Members

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Sea Change in West Coast Fish Farming

Kitasoo/Xais’Xais First Nation and Mowi Renew Partnership Agreement

Dr. Diane Morrison Appointed Managing Director for Mowi West  

Fish in Atlantis – a milestone has been reached

Something to Think About: "One Earner in Each Household"

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Cermaq Canada is a world leader in sustainable aquaculture

Positioning Aquaculture and Agfood Sector for Long Term Growth


The Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance, together with its regional counterparts, BC Salmon Farmers Association, Ontario Aquaculture Association, Atlantic Canada Fish Farmers Association, BC Shellfish Growers Association, Aquaculture Association of Nova Scotia, PEI Aquaculture Alliance and Newfoundland Aquaculture Industry Association, issued the following joint statement: