Aquaculture Collaborative Research and Development Program (ACRDP)
The Aquaculture Collaborative Research and Development Program (ACRDP) is a Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) initiative to increase the level of collaborative research and development activity between the aquaculture industry and the department. The ACRDP teams industry with DFO researchers to undertake research activities that lie within the mandate of DFO but are based on the needs and priorities of the aquaculture industry.
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Aquaculture in Canada 2012: A Report on Aquaculture Sustainability
This first report of the Aquaculture Sustainability Reporting Initiative, Aquaculture in Canada 2012, documents the current information on the sustainability of aquaculture in Canada. The report also summarizes key management practices that are in place to demonstrate how industry and government work together to address sustainability.
Key Facts and Figures for Aquaculture in Canada
Pacific Aquaculture Regulations Now Come Into Force
(December 8, 2010)
Aquaculture Licensing Information (Pacific Region)
Province of BC releases 2009 Fish Health Report and Aquaculture Inspection Report
Ministry of Agriculture and Lands, British Columbia -
September 22, 2010