Across Canada over 25 individuals, working within the various SeaChoice member organizations, directly contribute their time and talents to the development and success of the program. In addition, SeaChoice employs various individuals on a contract basis, and values the participation of dedicated volunteers.
We can all play a role in achieving sustainable fisheries in Canada and abroad. SeaChoice is building partnerships with individuals and businesses all along the seafood chain; from the water to the dinner table, every link counts. Find out more about what leading Canadians are doing to support sustainable fisheries and healthy oceans by browsing the SeaChoice website
Whale shark capture and trade banned Peru
The Ministry of Production announced a ban on whale shark (Rhincodon typus) capture in marine waters of Peruvian jurisdiction as well as its landing, transportation, retention, processing and marketing.
Industry praises financial aid for paua fishermen New Zealand
Seafood New Zealand has welcomed the financial assistance package announced by the Government for the Kaikoura commercial paua divers, who have been under considerable financial stress since last year’s earthquake.