Home Tags Fisheries

Tag: fisheries

Seafood Month Kicks Off at iYellow Loft in Toronto

TORONTO — The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) and Nobilo Wines partnered to host a three-course dinner at the iYellow Loft in Toronto to launch...

Study Shows West Coast Sockeye Salmon Decline

VANCOUVER — Sockeye salmon that originates in Washington, B.C., southeast Alaska and the Yakutat peninsula, is on decline, according to a report from the...

B.C. Pink Salmon Earns MSC Certification

VANCOUVER — Three B.C. pink salmon fisheries have been awarded Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification. The fisheries (located in Canadian Pacific EEZ and B.C....

Atlantic Canada’s Growing Cod Population Fosters Hope

HALIFAX — Following decades of government-imposed bans on cod fishing, a new Canadian study shows Nova Scotia’s ecosystem is now supporting cod recovery. When...

Drive-Thru Lobster

HALIFAX — It looks like the best place for Nova Scotia chefs to find lobster for their menus may be at the side of...

December Deemed Lobster Month

CAPE SABLE ISLAND, N.S. — Nova Scotia’s Fisheries and Aquaculture Minister, Sterling Belliveau, has proclaimed December the Month of the Lobster. The news coincides...

PM Calls for Inquiry into B.C.’s Declining Salmon

OTTAWA – In the House of Commons yesterday (November 5), Prime Minister Stephen Harper called for an inquiry into the sockeye salmon shortage in...