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A sustainable seafood program to help you live an Ocean Wise life. The Ocean Wise symbol next to a seafood item is our assurance of an ocean-friendly seafood choice. With over 700 Ocean Wise partners with thousands of locations across Canada, the Ocean Wise seafood program makes it easy for consumers to make sustainable seafood choices that ensure the health of our oceans for generations to come.
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Book Review: The Death and Life of the Great Lakes

“A great lake can hold all the mysteries of an ocean, and then some.”

Ecosystems are the perfect example of balance. Each organism plays an important part in the system and ensuring that everything works efficiently. But what happens when there is wise-scale disruption? The Life and Death of the Great Lakes by Dan Egan tells this story of ecosystem disruption and its very complicated outcomes in the Great […]

Posted on July 5, 2018 3 min read Continue reading
Congrats to Seafood Supporter, Guy Dean!

Ocean Wise partner Guy Dean wins this year's Seafood Champion Award for Leadership at the SeaWeb Seafood Summit.

Tireless. Inspiring. Innovative. These are just a few ways to describe Guy Dean, vice president and chief sustainability officer at Albion Farms and Fisheries and long-time Ocean Wise seafood partner. Today, he was awarded the Seafood Champion Award for Leadership at the SeaWeb Seafood Summit in Barcelona. The word “deserving” can be added to that […]

Posted on June 19, 2018 2 min read Continue reading
Sustainable Seafood in the Sky

Toronto's famous CN Tower is now serving Ocean Wise-approved seafood.

Some 350 metres above Toronto’s downtown, big changes are happening. Toronto’s highest restaurant inside the CN Tower is now a proud partner of the Ocean Wise Seafood program. At 360 The Restaurant at the CN Tower, you can now find the Ocean Wise symbol beside an assortment of sustainable options from both Canadian coasts. With a […]

Posted on June 7, 2018 2 min read Continue reading
To Eat or Not to Eat Farmed Fish? 

Why you should eat more of these farmed fish. (Yes, really!)

“Is this fish farmed or wild?” Restaurant servers often field this question from diners, who are quickly reassured that the fish they’re about to consume is indeed wild. But why are wild fish considered superior to farmed? Is wildness a measure of seafood quality? Many of us have a knee-jerk negative responses to Atlantic salmon […]

Posted on May 31, 2018 4 min read Continue reading
Hooked on Local

Ocean Wise Seafood is showing chefs the sustainable-seafood way in the world's largest freshwater fishery.

Ocean Wise Seafood is an ocean-conservation program, but we also strive to conserve and protect the world’s rivers and lakes. Ocean Wise Seafood has an office in Toronto and loves to boast about the bounty that Ontario has to offer, including seafood. For instance, did you know that Ontario is home to the world’s largest […]

Posted on May 25, 2018 3 min read Continue reading
Ocean Wise Seafood Celebrates 10 Years of Chinese Restaurant Awards

Check out the vast range of sustainable seafood flavours on display at the Chinese Restaurant Awards.

Seafood has always been a highly celebrated mainstay in many Chinese cuisines, and the Ocean Wise Seafood program has turned to underscoring a number of sustainable seafood options that are familiar within the Chinese culinary community to inspire chefs and diners to choose and favour more seafood options that help support the health and resiliency […]

Posted on May 14, 2018 4 min read Continue reading
Surfing Sustainable Seafood

Ocean Wise partners with tech startup, Transparent Kitchen, to spread sustainable seafood knowledge.

For the first time ever, the Ocean Wise seafood program is adding a tech company to its growing list of partner restaurants, retailers and dogfood suppliers. Transparent Kitchen, a start-up from Ottawa, is an interactive multimedia platform where users can explore beautiful photos, enticing ingredients, detailed menus and more from their favourite restaurants and chefs. […]

Posted on April 11, 2018 2 min read Continue reading
Book Review: Bottomfeeder

Taras Grescoe's award-winning book demonstrates the outsized impact chefs have on sustainable seafood.

When Julia Child brought French cuisine into American homes in the 1960s, she introduced millions of consumers to new seafood species as well. Monkfish, for instance, became instantly popular across the United States following  Child’s famous recipe and later this led to overfishing and mismanagment of the species. In Taras Grescoe’s award-winning non-fiction book Bottomfeeder: […]

Posted on April 10, 2018 3 min read Continue reading

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