Recent news from Cermaq Canada
In our news archive you will find press releases and news published by Cermaq Canada.
Cermaq Canada would like to assure its partners, stakeholders, and the public that the company’s farmers work hard to prevent fish escapes from happening in BC waters.
The BC Salmon Farmers Association is responding to the latest activist campaign ‘Operation Virus Hunter II’, organized by the U.S.-based Sea Shepherd Society.
2017-06-05: Cermaq’s ASC farmed salmon will be in even greater demand, thanks to an update in the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch standards.
2017-05-12: One more salmon farm on Vancouver Island’s west coast is now certified to the most stringent third-party salmon farm certification in the world.
2017-05-03: Cermaq Canada has re-certified all its management systems to meet ISO standards, and that's something that no other salmon farmers can claim.
2017-04-20: Cermaq Canada has currently gone more than one year without a lost-time injury (LTI), and that’s something we can all be proud of.
The British Columbia government and North Island College (NIC) have partnered on a new $600,000 labour-market project that will boost aquaculture in B.C. and help residents become aquaculture technicians in the future.
The guests couldn't get enough of the delicious salmon creations by Vancouver Island University student chefs at the competition in Vancouver March 22.
2017-03-07: New information about the diesel fuel spill near Echo Bay can be found on the Ministry of Environment's Website.
2017-03-05: Cermaq Canada’s Burdwood salmon farm in the Broughton Archipelago has experienced a diesel fuel spill.