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Future of Fisheries: Innovating for the Future

The Future of Fisheries Series presented by

The fisheries industry—like many industries in Canada—is facing unexpected challenges as COVID-19 continues to impact Canada’s supply chains, processing plants, global markets and consumer behaviours. But with these challenges, there are also great opportunities for innovation.

With this in mind, the Fisheries Council of Canada has chosen “Innovating for the Future” as its topic for this year’s conference, which will be hosted entirely online through a webinar series. It will feature video interviews, a live presentation and Q&A, keynotes and panels.

The series will touch on how the fisheries industry has adapted to new methods for sustainable fisheries management; biodiversity in Canada’s natural ecosystems; new challenges related to climate change; and how superclusters are transforming how Canadian industries innovate, among other topics.

  • VideoThe Future of Canada’s Fisheries Minister Bernadette Jordan Minister of Fisheries, Oceans, and the Canadian Coast Guard - Government of Canada
    Fisheries
  • VideoCanadian Fisheries Industry Direction Carey Bonnell Incoming Chair - Fisheries Council of Canada
    FisheriesStrategySustainability
  • VideoBiodiversity and Sustainable Fisheries Management Panel
    FisheriesSustainability
  • VideoKeynote: The State of the Seafood Industry: Looking to 2021 John Sackton Founder - SeafoodNews.com
    FisheriesStrategy
  • VideoCanadian Superclusters Panel
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  • VideoIceland Ocean Cluster: Lessons For Canada Thor Sigfusson Founder & Chairman - Iceland Ocean Cluster
    FisheriesCompetitivenessStrategy
  • Jo-Ann McArthur Nourish Marketing VideoKeynote: Canadian Consumer Trends in Fish and Seafood Jo-Ann McArthur President & Founding Partner - Nourish Marketing
    FisheriesStrategy
  • VideoVIP Interview: Canada’s Fisheries Industry Looking Forward Phil Young Chair - Fisheries Council of Canada
    FisheriesCOVID-19Sustainability
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  • Jake Rice, Chief Scientist Emeritus, Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada Canada’s Marine Economy Must Be Sustainable, Climate Resilient and Diversified Jake Rice Chief Scientist Emeritus - Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada
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