An industry that’s

changed so much, you

might not recognize us.

An industry that’s

changed so much, you

might not recognize us.

An industry that’s changed so much, you might not recognize us.

$500 million invested

and planned in new

technology, innovation,

and skills training from

2016-2022.

We’ve come a long way from our humble ‘wood pen’ beginnings in the 1960s. Today, British Columbia’s ocean farming containment methods are highly technical, integrated, production systems that lean on real-time data and clean technology solutions, many of which are home grown in Canada.

Click below and learn more about where we started, where we are today, and where we’re going.

$500 million invested and planned in new technology, innovation, and skills training from 2016-2022.

We’ve come a long way from our humble ‘wood pen’ beginnings in the 1960s. Today, British Columbia’s ocean farming containment methods are highly technical, integrated, production systems that lean on real-time data and clean technology solutions, many of which are home grown in Canada.

Click below and learn more about where we started, where we are today, and where we’re going.

A photo of Damon.

Our Stories

Meet Damon, he’s a passionate salmon farmer based in Tofino, BC. Having grown up in Tofino, the environment is everything to him. That’s why he’s proud to be working in an industry that uses technology  and innovation to support and protect the environment, helping his fish thrive on the wild west coast.

Hear from Damon and others about how the salmon farming industry is raising opportunity in their communities.

Tech News
September 18, 2019

Seaweed farming can boost aquaculture opportunities in B.C.

There are more than 630 seaweed species found in B.C.’s 20,000 km of coastline, which…
Tech News
September 18, 2019

Creative collaborations power Poseidon’s adventures

Poseidon Ocean Systems has brought good paying, highly technical jobs to British Columbia and its…
Tech News
September 18, 2019

Proposed wet lab will raise opportunities on Vancouver Island

Campbell River wet lab plan will lead to more scientific collaborations, help attract more students…
Tech Report

Read the full Technology Report here.

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Answers to some common questions.

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