Seafood fraud common in Canada’s cities: Oceana Canada study
Results combined with previous investigations found 47% of the 472 fish samples were mislabelled in six Canadian cities.
First genetically modified salmon to hit Canadian stores
Environment Canada recently approved U.S.-based AquaBounty to grow the salmon at its site about 74 kilometres east of Charlottetown.
Seafood giant joins Irvings, McCains as NB business royalty
Cooke Aquaculture is set to complete its latest acquisition, growing its global workforce to some 9,000 employees.
Fish plant burns to the ground on New Brunswick island
$6 million expansion was added on the decades-old plant last fall.
Methylmercury levels to rise at Muskrat Falls reservoir
ST. JOHN’S, NL — Methylmercury levels are expected to…
Fire destroys fish plant in small eastern Newfoundland
Nearby transformer caught fire, Dorset Fisheries facility went up within minutes: plant manager.
Burned out Bay de Verde fish plant to be rebuilt
Quinlan Brothers reassures workers and advises fish harvesters it has a backup for processing their catches.
F. Nations protest Site C with mercury-tainted trout
Study concludes 98% of the fish samples contain levels above provincial guidelines.
NL fish plant destroyed by blaze
150 employees were scheduled to start work at the plant in April.
NL premier will hold Harper to account for CETA fund
Paul Davis threatens to pull support or the EU free trade deal.
Three injured after collapse at a NS fish plant
Warehouse for lobster tanks was under construction.
Scientists find floating masses of plastic bits in Great Lakes
Studies are underway to determine the impact of microplastics along the food chain.
Still no compensation for High Liner workers
Newfoundland fish plant closed in December, money held in trust.
Suncor pipe discharge toxic to fish, tests say
Metals including selenium, boron and arsenic found at twice the recommended levels.