- Carol Measham
- January 30, 2013 - 09:56
I am not opposed to farmed salmon. I am opposed to it being farmed in open waters. It should only be carried out on land, where the water is recycled, and the waste properly dealt with, rather than dumping it into the sea. This also prevents the contamination of wild stocks, and containment of the inevitable disease. This method has been shown to be economically viable, and environmently friendly. Having said this, we only eat wild salmon!
- Duncan Steedman
- January 29, 2013 - 20:13
The salmon farming industry is as corrupt as humanly imaginable. It's all about profit now and to hell with tomorrow. This applies to Canada, Chile, Scotland, Norway...doesn't matter...same filthy, disconnected owners.. similar moronic politicians. Don't buy farmed salmon. Speak out against this reprehensible industry before it's too late.
- Common sense
- January 28, 2013 - 15:41
Why our government is pouring hundreds of millions in this unsustainable industry is beyond me. Anyone eating farmed salmon are not using the brains God gave them. Then again, given that the industry is playing God with animal genetics and diseases that only makes sense, doesn't it.
- Political Watcher
- January 28, 2013 - 09:14
If you still want your feed of salmon but are afraid you may be eating salmon infected with ISA (the CFIA has cleared it for retail sale) look for the Atlantic Salmon comng out of Norway, that's all I eat and it is readily available around local stores.