BC Seafood Alliance
BC Seafood Alliance is committed to the conservation and sustainable
use of seafood resources in B.C. for the benefit of all British
Columbians. Its mandate is to foster public recognition and
support for B.C.'s seafood sector, to promote the high quality
of B.C. seafood products and to advocate for the effective
management of B.C. seafood resources.
BCSA Tackles Sustainability Issues
The BC Seafood Alliance has released Sustainable Issue Sheets prepared by Archipelago Marine Research. These fact sheets describe innovative approaches which improve the environmental performance of fishing activities in BC. Please click on the links below to read each issue sheet.
Impacts of Trawling
Status of BC Rockfish
Impacts on Seabirds
BC's Herring Fishery
Quotas & Discarded Fish
Challenges and Opportunities of Fisheries Globalization
A Business Perspective on Faser River Sockeye Salmon
Competitiveness Study of BC's Sea Urchin Fishery
The BCSA Traceability Report documents data requirements for seafood traceability, compares current programs in BC, and identifies any gaps.
The full Traceability report takes several minutes to down-load so report cards on the state of readiness, in each sector, are posted separately.
Traceability in the BC Seafood Sector
Traceability Report Cards
Previous BCSA Postings
What do we want from Commercial Fisheries- A Case for Reform
January 2004 - BC
Seafood Alliance Cautiously Optimistic About a New Vision
for Post-Treaty Fisheries
February 17 2004 the BCSA held a Workshop on Oil and
Gas Seismic Operations: Impacts on Fish, Fisheries, Fishers
here to view the presentations
BCSA Summit IV
BC Fisheries Management.
Vision for a Modern Seafood Industry