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Editor's Note 
All eyes are on the B.C. salmon farming community this week. The repercussions of this court decision will make waves for the rest of the North American industry.
- Jean Ko Din, Editor

Judge rules against reviewing decision on open-net farming in B.C.

The Canadian federal court has ruled against reviewing Ottawa's decision against renewing licences for 15 open-net Atlantic salmon farms in the waters off British Columbia.

GSA and BCSFA collaborate to educate on future of B.C. salmon farming

The Global and Seafood Alliance hosted a virtual event to educate stakeholders about salmon farming in British Columbia. It was done in collaboration with the B.C. Salmon Farmers Association (BCSFA).

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Tavish Scott: Fostering sustainable growth of Scottish aquaculture

Tavish Scott is the chief executive officer of Salmon Scotland. He shares an update with our host, Ian Roberts, on educating politicians and the public on the importance of supporting salmon aquaculture as Britain’s top food export. » Read More...
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B.C. First Nations group proposes plan for sustainable salmon aquaculture

The Coalition of First Nations for Finfish Stewardship (FNFFS) in British Columbia has developed a plan for salmon aquaculture that they hope will drive wild salmon revitalization; economic reconciliation; an Indigenous-led blue economy; social and ecological well-being for their territories and communities; food security and affordability for their communities and all Canadians. » Read More...

Dallas Smith: Reconciliation in B.C. aquaculture

Dallas Smith is a spokesperson for the First Nations for Finfish Stewardship (FNFFS) and a member of the Tlowitsis First Nations in Campbell River, B.C. He talks with our host, Ian Roberts, about how the First Nations communities are coming together to defend the renewal of salmon farming licenses in British Columbia, Canada. » Read More...



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