Seafood

Covid-19 Supply Chain Safety Tips

Wild Salmon Cove | March 24, 2020

I see it every day. It’s worrisome, but expected. One of the most challenging parts of a journey for almost everyone in almost every venture, is the last mile, whether it’s about getting your fish to market fresh, or avoiding…..

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Business as Un-Usual

Wild Salmon Cove | March 19, 2020

It doesn’t matter if you’re pushing or pulling the leading edge, being 1st is still often the most enviable position even when waging war against a deadly virus. Being 1st is important, but being right is critical too. In business,…..

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Eradicating Ocean Pollution

Wild Salmon Cove | March 3, 2020

Prime Minister Trudeau wants to move open-net pen fish farms out of the ocean because they cause pollution and spread viruses. Moving from the ocean to LAND-BASED fish farms is a proactive decision, but there is so much more that…..

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Oceans are Changing

Wild Salmon Cove | February 20, 2020

Pollution is an uncontested fact. How you regard your role is critical to your career. Whether fish are wild, or if they live in an open-net pen farm in the ocean, they swim in water that contains mercury, PCBs, plastic…..

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We’ve Got the Whole World

Wild Salmon Cove | February 14, 2020

Underestimating progress and today’s importance of protecting our ocean environment would be a grave mistake. Most experts in the fisheries and seafood industry still don’t realize the Canadian federal government made a preemptive decision thirty years ago when they first started…..

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Fishers Need MORE Access to Salmon

Wild Salmon Cove | June 6, 2014

Most fishers and smaller processors are hard working, trustworthy people. Part 4 in this 4 part series – BC Fishers Made Scapegoats They are also, for the most part, friendly. Fishers have a lot in common with farmers who have…..

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Salmon Levies Grew the Industry

Wild Salmon Cove | June 6, 2014

Part 3 in this 4 part series – BC Fishers Made Scapegoats In BC, all salmon fishers are required by the provincial government to pay a levy for each pound of fish they capture and deliver to processors big and…..

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Tall Tails

BC Fishers Struggling

Wild Salmon Cove | June 6, 2014

Pawns in an Ocean of Kings Part 1 in this 4 part series –  Some of the hardest working people in Canada, BC salmon fishers, are struggling more than ever. The future is challenging for all sectors. BC’s independent commercial…..

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Get Your PINK On!

Wild Salmon Cove | August 27, 2013

Get Your PINK On! The 2013 Pink Salmon Festival was held in Vancouver/Kits at Hadden Park overlooking English Bay on the Pacific Ocean. A good time and great food was had by all on a very pleasant sunny day, but…..

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Canned Salmon Not Sustainable

Wild Salmon Cove | June 19, 2013

If we continue to commercially can wild salmon at current rates Pacific salmon will soon go the way of the Atlantic cod, beaver, and buffalo. I’ve eaten canned salmon since I was a kid, and still do and love it,…..

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