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October 16, 2019
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Setback mars Mowi’s first year in Atlantic Canada

More than half of Mowi Canada East’s salmon in Newfoundland and Labrador have now died as a result of a climate event in early September, prompting the province of Newfoundland and Labrador to suspend the company’s farming licenses until further notice.

BC farmed salmon industry: latest political pawn

The year 2019 began full of promise for British Columbia’s salmon farmers then they found themselves at the centre of Canadian politics.

Revised bill to push for national standard for aquaculture

A legislation that aims to streamline the permitting process in aquaculture in US federal waters will be reintroduced to include provisions on creating a National Standard for Aquaculture.
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Scottish researchers look for early CMS detection in salmon

Scottish researchers are developing an early warning system to fight one of the biggest issues in the salmon farming industry. » Read More

New research may pave way for octopus aquaculture

Efforts to farm octopus have reached a major breakthrough with the spawning of octopuses in captivity. » Read More


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