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Cermaq farms located in Herbert Inlet and Ross pass on the west coast of Vancouver Island are returning to normal operations following recent elevated levels of harmful algae in the region, chaetoceros concavicornis and chaetoceros convolutes.
Three farms on the west coast of Vancouver Island are suffering the impacts of harmful algae blooms.
Halifax, NS – Cermaq Canada has been granted Options to Lease for the Mahone Bay and St. Margaret’s Bay areas of Southwest Nova Scotia copy
Cermaq Canada is awarded additional Option to Lease areas in south west Nova Scotia.
The Indigenous Monitoring and Inspection Plan (IMIP) establishes a formal process for First Nations oversight of fish farms operating in the Territories of the ‘Namgis, Kwikwasut’inuxw Haxwa’mis, and Mamalilikulla First Nations copy
Formal process for the IMIP established under the Broughton LOU finalized.
Cermaq Canada announced it intent to investigate expansion options in Nova Scotia.
Join Captain Josh Temple as he discusses current and planned ocean and shoreline clean up projects copy
Cermaq partners with Tofino-based non-profit to support ocean health and habitat restoration.
Three months after Atlantic salmon were stocked in this new closed containment system, testing shows that the fish are adapting well copy
SCCS trial in Norway showing promising results.
Cermaq Canada is pleased with the outcome of the government-to-government Broughton Archipelago Steering Committee, and fully supports the Letter of Understanding (LOU) copy
Cermaq Canada was honoured to be asked to participate in the historic Broughton LOU process.
Proactive monitoring along with quick thinking and the development of an action plan ensured the safe release of the whale copy
A juvenile humpback whale was released without injury once detected in an empty farm system.
Cermaq is committed helping to restore and enhance near shore and stream spawning habitat for wild salmon and reduce ocean plastics
Cermaq is proud to support and partner on projects which are focused on improving ocean health, reducing ocean plastics and restoring ocean habitat including wild salmon migration and spawning areas.