Category: OAA

Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry John Yakabuski speaking about Ontario aquaculture
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Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry John Yakabuski speaking about Ontario aquaculture

The Hon. John Yakabuski, Ontario Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry offered this greeting to 120+ Ontario fish and shrimp growers at the annual Ontario Aquaculture Association conference in Collingwood in April 2019. Transcript: I’m John Yakabuski, the Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry and I want to bring greetings to your annual general meeting...

April 5, 2019April 8, 2019 in OAA
Unveiling this year’s industry tours – OAA Conference & AGM
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Unveiling this year’s industry tours – OAA Conference & AGM

April 2, 2019 The Ontario Aquaculture Association invites you to stop by two of Ontario’s largest hatcheries on your way to the 2019 OAA conference! Chatsworth Fish Culture StationRun by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, this fish culture station raises more than one million brown trout, brook trout, lake trout, and bloaters...

March 4, 2019April 8, 2019 in OAA
Your Guide to the 2019 Ontario Aquaculture Association Conference
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Your Guide to the 2019 Ontario Aquaculture Association Conference

The Ontario Aquaculture Association invites you to join us for networking, informative panels, and plenty of seafood feasting at our annual conference on April 2 – 3, 2019 in Collingwood, Ontario. Schedule Click here to download the full schedule Tuesday, April 2 3:00 – 5:00pm — Annual General Meeting (OAA members only) 7:00pm onwards — Pre-conference...

January 25, 2019April 8, 2019 in OAA
Avoiding Winterkill [OAHN Fish Network]
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Avoiding Winterkill [OAHN Fish Network]

Winterkill is the most common fish mortality event and is generally caused by a depletion of dissolved oxygen, especially in backyard ponds and smaller bodies of water. Learn more about winterkill and how to prevent it in a Tipsheet from the Ontario Animal Health Network. Winterkill: Aquatic Animal Tipsheet  

January 23, 2019April 8, 2019 in OAA
OAA Newsletter (November/December 2018)
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OAA Newsletter (November/December 2018)

Read about the latest happenings in the Ontario aquaculture industry in our latest newsletter. Headlines include: Getting Started in Aquaculture Share Your Labour Challenges Aquatics Workshop for Interested Veterinarians Speaking of Vets… You Need One After December 1 Hire a Fleming Aquaculture Co-op Student OAA Joins Georgian Bay Forever Panel Ontario Seafood Farmers Project Growth Potential...

November 26, 2018April 8, 2019 in OAA
Co-op Partners Wanted – Fleming College Aquaculture
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Co-op Partners Wanted – Fleming College Aquaculture

Fleming College Aquaculture is looking for Ontario aquaculture businesses to provide co-op opportunities for students finishing the post-graduate aquaculture program at Fleming College. Students complete a two semester, intensive hands-on learning experience in the hatchery at Fleming’s Lindsay campus, and then go on to complete an 8-week co-op at an aquaculture business. At Fleming, students...

November 23, 2018April 8, 2019 in OAA
Getting Started in Aquaculture Workshop – December 6
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Getting Started in Aquaculture Workshop – December 6

Please join the Alma Aquaculture Research Station and the University of Guelph for a one-day workshop on getting started in aquaculture and aquaponics, including presentations and a tour of aquaculture facilities at a research station. Date: December 6, 2018 Time: 9:30am to 4:30pm Cost: $110 Registration Link: tiny.cc/AquaRegister About the Event: This one day workshop is...

November 10, 2018April 8, 2019 in OAA
MPP Bill Walker touts trout farming at Queen’s Park
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MPP Bill Walker touts trout farming at Queen’s Park

On October 24, MPP Bill Walker (Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound) provided a member’s statement in the Ontario legislature promoting trout farming, specifically the hatcheries in his home riding that supply most of the fingerlings for the net-pen farms in Georgian Bay. Read more  

October 24, 2018April 8, 2019 in OAA