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Mainstream Canada
Mainstream Group is the farming division of the Norwegian holding CERMAQ, a fully integrated world leader in salmon production. Mainstream has operations in Canada, Scotland, Norway and Chile and it's production of over 140.000 tons makes us the second largest producer of farmed salmon in the world.

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The BC Salmon Farmers' Association...
Established in 1984, the B.C. Salmon Farmers Association (BCSFA) has assisted British Columbia’s salmon farming industry to grow from just two farm sites and $1 million, to 81 operating sites and projected sales in 1998 of more than $250 million.

BC Seafood Online...
BC Seafood On-Line Guide is a comprehensive reference tool for seafood buyers, processors and government agencies designed to document and inventory the make-up of the seafood industry on Canada's west coast.

BC Seafood Alliance...
Speaking in a single unified voice to the federal and provincial governments and the general public, the B.C. Seafood Alliance is an umbrella group representing the majority of B.C.'s seafood industries.

Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance...
The Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance (CAIA) is a national industry association, headquartered in Ottawa, that represents the interests of Canadian aquaculture operators, feed companies and suppliers, as well as provincial finfish and shellfish aquaculture associations.

The National Seafood Sector Council...
The NSSC is a unique partnership, bringing together employers, employees, unions, associations, regulatory agencies and training centres to work toward one common goal: a strong and prosperous seafood processing industry created by a well trained and productive workforce.

The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Fisheries...
The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Fisheries is dedicated to strengthening, developing and diversifying British Columbia’s agri-food and fisheries sectors.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency...
The creation of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), in April 1997, brought together inspection and related services previously provided through the activities of four federal government departments - Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Health Canada and Industry Canada. Establishment of the CFIA consolidated the delivery of all federal food, animal and plant health inspection programs.

Office of the Commissioner for Aquaculture Development...
The Commissioner’s stated mandate is to bring together all appropriate federal government resources, lead required regulatory reforms, and work with the provinces to develop a vibrant, environmentally sustainable aquaculture industry. The Commissioner is responsible for overseeing the implementation of the 1995 Federal Aquaculture Development Strategy.

Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada...
Our mission is to work toward safe, healthy, productive waters and aquatic ecosystems for the benefit of present and future generations by maintaining the highest possible standards of service to Canadians.