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Are Hatcheries Helping, or Hurting, Wild Salmon Populations?
March 3, 2016
Are Hatcheries Helping, or Hurting, Wild Fish Populations? Discover Magazine, By Matthew Berger | March 3, 2016 The Columbia River basin, stretching from Idaho down through Washington and Oregon...
Asia shows appetite for Canadian aquaculture
March 1, 2016
Asia shows appetite for Canadian aquaculture The Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance (CAIA) announced today healthy exports of farmed seafood during 2015, including growing demand from Asia....
Canadian Aquaculture Industry Reports Healthy Exports in 2015
February 29, 2016
Canadian Aquaculture Industry Reports Healthy Exports in 2015 Canada Farmed Seafood Saw Increased Demand in Asia OTTAWA, ON, Feb. 29, 2016 – The Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance today reported...
BC dialogue breakthrough
February 27, 2016
BC dialogue breakthrough A wide range of stakeholders, including representatives from organisations that often criticise the salmon industry, gathered on Vancouver Island last week, for a first-...
BC Salmon Farmers Association 2016 Sea Lice Report
February 25, 2016
BC Salmon Farmers Association 2016 Sea Lice Report BCSFA, Wednesday, February 24, 2016 Recent studies have shown that in British Columbia, regardless of the presence or absence of salmon farms,...
Scientists study salmon mortality
February 23, 2016
Scientists study salmon mortality Nanaimo News Bulletin, Feb. 23, 2016 The Salish Sea Marine Survival Project continues to examine salmon mortality numbers in the waters near Nanaimo. The...