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Recent Releases from Salmon Feedlot Boycott

Canadian Food Inspection Agency says it cannot eradicate salmon virus as quarantined fish sent to New Brunswick processing plant

Published Mon, 28 Jan 2013 08:20:12 EST Read More

What: Experts available to address the impacts, technical aspects and consequences of ISA Virus and farmed salmon feedlots in context of CFIA statements about ISA Virus and salmon from quarantined Nova Scotia fish farm sent to New Brunswick for processing. Sample questions: • Has the CFIA lost control of the ISA Virus? • What are the human health consequences? • Where did the ISA Virus come from? • Is it true that the last four ISA outbreaks in Eastern Canada a...... Click here to read this release

Why you should make participating in the farmed salmon feedlot boycott your New Year’s resolution

Published Fri, 28 Dec 2012 07:13:46 EST Read More

Interview Opportunity - December 28, 2012 What: SalmonFeedlotBoycott.com has speakers available for interviews on the impacts and consequences of farmed salmon feedlots on the marine environment on Canada’s east and west coasts. They can also address why you should participate in a boycott of salmon feedlot products as your New Year’s resolution. Sample questions: • Is it true that when salmon farms a...... Click here to read this release

2013 New Year's Resolution: Salmon Feedlot Boycott

Published Thu, 27 Dec 2012 04:05:05 EST Read More

Canada-wide campaign launched to stand up for wild salmon and the marine environment Media Release (December 27, 2012) Days before the end of 2012, a campaign has been launched that calls for Canadians to stop purchasing and consuming salmon that has been raised in open-net feedlots. SalmonFeedlotBoycott.com (SFB) is hoping to make 2013 the year that Canadians stand up to protect wild salmon, ...... Click here to read this release