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Canadian government begins net pen phase out in B.C. waters

The Canadian federal government will phase out net pen salmon farms on British Columbia’s Discovery Islands over the next 18 months, declaring that all farms in the area must be fish-free by the end of June 2022.

Algae-fed salmon expands presence in US market

Salmon raised on algae-derived feed is now available in all 50 U.S. states through a new online seafood outlet, KnowSeafood.
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Atlantic Canada ripe for aquaculture: BDO

Due to thousands of kilometers of coastline and robust government support, Canada’s Atlantic provinces present an emerging market for aquaculture operations. That was the key takeaway from an online seminar hosted in November by BDO Canada, the regional arm of an international network of public accounting, tax and business advisory firms. » Read more

Salmon disease rising in Norway

The Norwegian Veterinary Institute has warned the “emerging” disease has a significant risk of becoming endemic. » Read more

ASC quells criticism over controversial certification feature

The Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ACS) has announced it will begin considering inputs from community stakeholders when reviewing requests for variances in the certification process. » Read more
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