LOCALLY BRANDED SEAFOOD
Lax Kw’alaams First Nation, BC
Lingcod are wild-caught off the northwest coast of British Columbia, from the pristine waters of the Northern Pacific Ocean.
Xeni Gwet’in Nation of Nemiah Valley, BC.
Wild Sockeye Salmon are sustainably wild-caught with dipnets from the Chilko River, one of the biggest sockeye fisheries of the Fraser River in British Columbia.
There are more 97 First Nations in the Fraser Watershed, including more than 30 with mainstem beach seine and timing-selective gill net fisheries between Tsawwassen and Yale
Wild Sockeye Salmon are sustainably wild-caught off the lower Fraser River, British Columbia.
Gitanyow First Nations of Kitwanga River, BC
Wild Sockeye Salmon are sustainably wild-caught with beach seines, fish wheels, and dipnets from the Skeena, Kitwanga, and Nass Rivers, in northwestern British Columbia.
Ahousaht, Ehattesaht, Mowachaht/Muchalaht, Hesquiaht and Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations, BC
Wild Chinook Salmon off Nootka Sound and Wild Sockeye Salmon off the West Coast of Vancouver Island.
Sts’ailes and Scowlitz Nations of Agassiz, BC
Wild Sockeye Salmon and Wild Keta Salmon are sustainably wild-caught off Harrison River and adjacent Lower Fraser River, British Columbia.
Nisga’a Nation of Nass River, BC
Wild Sockeye Salmon and Wild Coho Salmon are wild-caught off Nass River, from the pristine waters of British Columbia.
Syilx First Nations the Okanagan River, BC.
Wild Sockeye Salmon are sustainably wild-caught with purse seines from Osoyoos Lake, British Columbia.
Inuit Fisheries of Baffin Island
Arctic Char and Turbot are wild-caught off the coast of Baffin Island in Nunavut, from the pristine waters of the Canadian Arctic.
Northern Secwepemc and Tsilqhot’in First Nations of central BC.
Wild Sockeye Salmon are sustainably wild-caught using purse seines from the Quesnel River, British Columbia.
Pacheedaht First Nation of Port Renfrew, BC.
Wild salmon and groundfish are sustainably wild-caught using troll and purse seines from the south coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
The Stellat’en First Nation of Fraser Lake, BC.
Wild Sockeye Salmon are sustainably wild-caught using traps, dipnets and purse seines from the Stellako River and Fraser Lake, British Columbia.
Lake Babine First Nation, BC
Wild Sockeye Salmon are sustainably wild-caught from traps and purse seines in the Babine River and Babine Lake, British Columbia.
Tsilhqot’in Nation, BC.
Wild Sockeye Salmon are sustainably wild-caught with dipnets from the Chilcotin River, in central British Columbia.
Hupacasath and Tseshaht Nations of Port Alberni, BC
Wild Coho Salmon and Wild Chinook Salmon off Robertson Creek Hatchery as part of the Excess Salmon to Spawning Requirement (ESSR) Fishery.