What’s next for British Columbia aquaculture?

    With the parties locked in a highly polarized debate and a short negotiation period ahead, it's looking like a hot fall for the sector.

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    September marked the arrival of autumn and, also, the change of phase in the discussion framework established by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans of Canada (DFO) for its plan to transition from open-net pen salmon farming in British Columbia. On one side the producers of Atlantic salmon, on the other the advocates of wild Pacific . . .

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