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Cermaq: Nova Scotia still attractive

Cermaq may have abandoned its plans to expand its operations in Nova Scotia, but the province remains full of potential for the farmed salmon industry, says David Kiemele, managing director of Cermaq Canada.

Pandemic boosts consumer support for farmers: survey

A majority of consumers stand ready to rally around farmers in support of their efforts to put food on tables around the globe, according to a recent Cargill study.

Reprieve for net-pen farming in B.C.

A continuing issue for British Columbia’s salmon farmers is the federal government’s pledge to phase out open net-pen salmon farming by 2025.
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From crisis comes resilience and opportunity for salmon farmers

Leaders of associations that represent the industry in North America found a silver lining to the coronavirus pandemic, with demand for salmon emerging in better shape than other sectors supplying the foodservice industry. » Read more

Canada’s still untapped aquaculture potential

Canada is just skimming the surface when it comes to utilizing its coastline that’s viable for aquaculture. That could, and should, change, said the head of the Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance. » Read more
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