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McDonald’s Introduces Sustainably Caught Fish & Chips Meal to Canadian Menu

TORONTO — McDonalds Canada is offering a new Fish & Chips Meal for a limited time in Canada, thanks to a successful pilot last...

Leading the Way: Canada’s Sustainable Seafood Movement

Seafood is the world’s single highest-traded food commodity. Almost every nation on earth has some type of fishing industry and even more of the world’s...

A&W Offering MSC-Certified Sustainable Seafood

TORONTO — A&W is the newest partner to join the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) program and support healthy oceans by purchasing and promoting certified-sustainable...

Subway Joins International Pole & Line Foundation

MILFORD, Conn. — Subway has made a commitment to serving sustainably caught tuna by joining the International Pole & Line Foundation (IPNLF) — a...

University of Ottawa Achieves MSC Certification

OTTAWA — The University of Ottawa has solidified its commitment to sourcing and serving wild seafood that meets the world’s most rigorous standards for...

Chefs Across the Country are on Board With Sustainable Fish and...

The concept of sustainable fish and seafood may seem as difficult to navigate as our oceans and lakes are deep and dark, the phrase...

Clearwater Seafoods Turns 40

HALIFAX, N.S. — Clearwater Seafoods, one of Canada’s largest publicly-traded seafood companies, celebrates its 40th anniversary today. The company, founded by Nova Scotians John...

Aramark Expands MSC Certification to 16 Canadian Universities and Colleges

TORONTO — Aramark has achieved Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Chain of Custody certification, allowing it to source and serve wild-caught seafood that is sustainable...

Manitoba Becomes Home to MSC-certified Casinos

WINNIPEG — Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries today announced it has received Chain of Custody certification from the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) to serve certified...

Chefs Are Driving Change To Protect Canada’s Seafood

It’s no secret that keeping our oceans’ inhabitants safe from extinction is an ongoing concern in today’s restaurant kitchens, and as diners adopt lighter,...