Canada’s Salmon Farmers Respond to The Federal Government’s Decision to Renew Salmon Farming Licenses in British Columbia, Canada

The Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance (CAIA) and the BC Salmon Farmers Association (BCSFA) believe that the federal government’s decision to renew the licenses of salmon farms in British Columbia and establish a process for the salmon farms in the Discovery Islands is good for Canadians.

After a Brutal Few Years, the Best Time to Enjoy B.C. Oysters is Right Now

Oysters are among the humblest and simplest of foodstuffs — and at the same time, the most luxurious and refined. B.C. produces some of the world’s very best, farmed in the pristine waters of Baynes Sound, around the Discovery Islands and off Vancouver Island’s west coast.

B.C. Salmon Abundance ‘A Sixth’ of What It Was Half-a-Century Ago: Study

Catches of wild pacific salmon on the Fraser, Skeena and Nass Rivers are only a sixth of what they were half a century ago, according to a new study from UBC.

Report on the Future of B.C. Commercial Salmon Fishing Released

June 3, 2021 UFAWU-Unifor

In response to the ongoing environmental and socio-economic devastation of British Columbia’s commercial salmon fishing industry, a comprehensive report on the fishery’s future has been released by UFAWU-Unifor and a number of other B.C. salmon organizations.

B.C. Fruit Growers Worried About Lack of Camp Space as Harvest Season Begins

July 6, 2020 CBC News

Fruit growers in B.C.’s Okanagan region are worried they won’t have enough space for workers this summer, as rules and regulations around COVID-19 have changed the way camps work.