January 7 2004, the BC Seafood Alliance held its third Summit on
the future of the seafood industry in BC. This Summit, entitled
Challenges Ahead, focused on many of the issues that may affect
the industry in the future.
of the issues discussed was the Species at Risk Act,
and how it may affect seafood harvesting and production. To view
the Species at Risk Powerpoint Presentations,
view the other presentations from Summit III, please use the links
below. To view PowerPoint presentations use the page up/down keys
to scroll through the presentations, PDF files require acrobat reader.
Key Note Address, The
Honourable John van Dongen, Minister of Agriculture, Food &
Fisheries. (PDF file)
Directions, The DFO Perspective, Larry Murray, Deputy Minister,
Fisheries & Oceans Canada.
The BC Seafood Industry's
Agenda for Change, Christina Burridge, BC Seafood Alliance.
Opportunities & Threats (SWOT) Study, BC Seafood and Tidal
Water Recreational Fishing, Gord Gislason, GSGislason & Associates
Vancouver. (PDF file)
BC Seafood Sector SWOT
Analysis, The Industry Perspective, Stuart Nelson, Nelson Bros.
Fisheries Ltd. (PowerPoint)
Industry 2002 and Indicators for 2003 & 2004, Al Castledine,
Ministry of Agriculture, Food & Fisheries. (PowerPoint)
Traceability in Seafood, Ron
Bulmer, Ron Bulmer Consulting Inc.
Participation in British Columbia Commercial Fisheries-2003,
Michelle James, Teakerne Resource Consultants Inc. (PDF file)
Challenges and Opportunities for Wild Fisheries, Gunnar
Knapp, University of Alaska (PDF file)