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SALMON FARMING

Sea lice affecting B.C. salmon populations increasingly resistant to drugs, researchers...

For years, environmental activists and some scientists have loudly voiced concerns for fish farming off B.C.'s coast, warning that the practice...

Residents concerned about salmon farm expansion near Liverpool

Some residents in the Liverpool area are worried about a possible expansion of Cooke Aquaculture's salmon farm in Liverpool Bay on...

Lousy Choices: Drug Resistant Sea Lice in Clayoquot Sound

The spring of 2018 saw parasitic sea lice on both farmed and wild juvenile salmon in Clayoquot Sound reach levels never...

Sea lice outbreak shuts down Tofino salmon farm

A sea lice infestation forced Cermaq Canada to shut down its Fortune Channel salmon farm near Tofino over the summer. “Closing the...

“I think this would be a shame for British Columbia.”

The polarized debate over fish farming in British Columbia is threatening a viable and sustainable food source for the world, warns...

Why land-based fish farms work

The ‘Namgis First Nation has a long history of trying to solve the problems open netpen fish farming causes for wild...

First Nations’ eco-knowledge vital for new salmon policy

The Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs wants First Nations’ collective traditional ecological knowledge to be a critical part of Canada’s new...

Biological compass keeps salmon on track

It’s either in their nose or their retina but it’s there — a biological compass allowing Atlantic salmon to navigate along...

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Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry (MNRF) protects Ontario’s biodiversity while promoting economic opportunities in the resource sector. The ministry conducts scientific research and uses its findings to promote sustainability of Ontario’s forests, fish and wildlife resources, to protect the province from forest fires, floods and droughts and to lead the management of Ontario’s Crown lands, water, oil, gas, salt and aggregates resources, including making Crown land available for renewable energy projects.