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Indigenous Monitoring and Inspection Plan for the Broughton Archipelago

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Women Welders Find Success in Salmon Industry

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Sliammon Hatchery: 70 Million Fish And Counting

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INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF SALMON 

​CPI Equipment Inc Working on Potential Transition for Salmon Producers on the B.C. Coast

Fish Mortalities, Temperature, and Toxic Algae

Science of Salmon  Reported

Chinook Salmon are Disappearing . . .

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How Indigenous Leaders Made a Rapid Transition to Fish Farming

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Less Threat of Depleting the World's Seafood Stocks

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Grieg Seafood BC Signs Agreement for Innovative New Biomass Estimation Cameras ​

Growing the Science of Salmon in Winter

Blue Skies for the Blue Economy in British Columbia!

Canada’s Salmon farmers respond to the federal government’s decision to renew salmon farming licenses in British Columbia, Canada

Grieg Seafood Commends Work of Ocean Legacy Foundation

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GOLD RIVER, BC – Feb. 28, 2022 - The expansion of Grieg Seafood BC Ltd.’s (Grieg’s) Gold River Hatchery project, known as the RAS 34 Project, is nearing completion, and in mid-February the project team celebrated reaching the first of three milestones signaling the end of the project is near.  "We are excited to share that the tanks within the new hatchery facility are being filled with water. This is a huge achievement and allows the focus to shift from overall construction to what we do best at Grieg, which is raise beautiful, healthy salmon for Canadians, and provide a growing global demand for nutritious, sustainable, protein.

Canadian Aquaculture Suppliers Association Statement on Government’s of Canada’s Decision on Open-Net Salmon Farming

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CASA RESPONDS TO FEDERAL LICENSING DECISION

We Have a Lot to Thank Percy Starr For 

Dr. Dick Beamish's Talk at Seafood West Summit 

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Safety Program Designed By Fishermen For Fishermen

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Sea Change in West Coast Fish Farming

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Independent Data Concludes Sea Lice Prevalence in the Discovery Islands is Unchanged, Remains Low

Designing Marine Emergency Duties for Fishing Crew Members

Science Seminar Showcases Ocean and Aquaculture Research

Grieg Seafood Canada has New De-licer to Put to Work

Kitasoo/Xais’Xais Renews Partnership Agreement

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Major Milestone Reached by Grieg Seafood BC Ltd. 

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

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Salmon Farmers Building Social License With First Nations

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Association Calls on Federal Government to Protect Jobs

. . . as it looks to increase the time its salmon spend on land

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Positioning Aquaculture and Agfood Sector for Long Term Growth 

. . . and Management Changes Could Fix It

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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.  ​