Category: <span>OAA</span>

Statement: OAA Supports Regulated Growth of Ontario’s Aquaculture Industry
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Statement: OAA Supports Regulated Growth of Ontario’s Aquaculture Industry

To build Ontario’s first fish farms, our industry’s pioneers had to find clever ways to navigate complex regulations that were not always intended to oversee aqua farming. Today, their tenacity and patience continue to pay off through a thriving aquaculture sector that grows over 100 million meals of seafood each year with limited environmental impact...

August 27, 2018April 8, 2019 in OAA
Grower Gathering (August 16 & 17)
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Grower Gathering (August 16 & 17)

The countdown is on for the Ontario Aquaculture Association Grower Gathering in Parry Sound this August 16 & 17. Please join us for two days of informal social and strategy time with other producers. Feel free to bring your staff and colleagues, as all owners, managers, and aquaculture technicians from OAA member companies are invited to participate....

July 23, 2018April 8, 2019 in OAA
Ontario Animal Health Network – Aquatic Animal Health Report #5
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Ontario Animal Health Network – Aquatic Animal Health Report #5

The Ontario Animal Health Network prepares two producer reports annually to share information on aquatic animal health concerns with Ontario aquaculture producers. Download the latest report for the period of January to June 2018. Download OAHN Aquatic Animal Health – Report #5

July 20, 2018July 23, 2018 in OAA
New Ontario Industry Aquastats for 2017
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New Ontario Industry Aquastats for 2017

The Aquaculture Centre at the University of Guelph recently released Aquastats 2017. It describes the results of our annual fish production survey, and provides a situation outlook for the upcoming year and near-term horizon. Aquaculture in Ontario is in a growth phase at present, and continues to evolve in utilizing improved technologies, culturing new species,...

Aquaculture Legislation in Ontario Fact Sheet
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Aquaculture Legislation in Ontario Fact Sheet

The University of Guelph’s Aquaculture Centre dives into the complex, overlapping legislative and regulatory systems affecting farmed seafood in Ontario in a new fact sheet, Aquaculture Legislation in Ontario. The bulletin outlines both the depth and breadth of the regulatory and policy framework which is currently in place to manage the aquatic animal food production sector...

Recap of the 2018 OAA Conference & AGM
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Recap of the 2018 OAA Conference & AGM

More than 100 farmed seafood growers, suppliers, and supporters packed into the Elmhurst Inn in early April for the 2018 OAA Conference and AGM. Download the presentations: More than 25 presenters explored trout genomics, to culturing lake whitefish, to new research and funding opportunities, and much more. Download their presentations in our shared Google folders....