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Surveillance Report: British Columbia Commercial Sockeye Salmon Fisheries

Description This is the first annual surveillance audit of the BC commercial sockeye fisheries, as required under Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification. Surveillance audits examine whether any significant changes have taken place in how the fishery is managed, and whether certification conditions are being satisfactorily addressed.

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Second Surveillance Report: British Columbia Commercial Sockeye Salmon Fisheries

This is the second annual surveillance audit of the BC commercial sockeye fisheries, as required under Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification. Surveillance audits examine whether any significant changes have taken place in how the fishery is managed, and whether certification conditions are being satisfactorily addressed.

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British Columbia Chum Salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) Fisheries Public Comment Draft Report

Summary This report provides the results of the assessment of the four chum salmon units of certification including the north and central coast fisheries, the inner south coast fisheries, west coast Vancouver Island and the Fraser River fisheries. The assessments evaluated a number of gear types, including seine, gillnet, troll, beach seine, fish wheels, weirs, […]

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The British Columbia Commercial Sockeye Salmon Fisheries Public Certification Report Volume 1

Summary The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) is a non-profit organization whose mandate is the long-term protection of the world’s marine fisheries and the associated ecological components. … The objective of the MSC is to promote fisheries certified as sustainable directly in the marketplace through the use of the MSC Fish-tick eco-label on certified fish products. […]

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British Columbia Chum Salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) Fisheries – Final Certification Report

Summary This report provides the final certification results of the assessment of three of the four chum salmon units of certification including the Inner South Coast fisheries, West Coast Vancouver Island and the Fraser River fisheries. This assessment evaluated a number of gear types, including seine, gillnet, troll, beach seine, fish wheels, weirs and dipnets. […]

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The British Columbia Commercial Sockeye Salmon Fisheries Public Certification Report Volume 2: Stakeholder Submission Appendices

Summary This volume contains appendices to the main Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification report: Appendix 1: Letters exchanged with conservation sector representatives concerning stakeholder consultative processes Appendix 2: Peer review of performance indicators and scoring guideposts Appendix 3: Stakeholder comments concerning performance indicators and scoring guideposts Appendix 4a: Stakeholder comment during assessment process Appendix 4b: […]

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Surveillance Report British Columbia Commercial Pink Salmon Fisheries

Summary This is the first annual surveillance audit of the BC commercial pink fisheries, as required under Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification. Surveillance audits examine whether any significant changes have taken place in how the fishery is managed, and whether certification conditions are being satisfactorily addressed.

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British Columbia Pink Salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) Seine, Troll and Gillnet Fishery Public Certification Report

Summary In January 2008, the client, Canadian Pacific Sustainability Fisheries Society, contracted TAVEL Certification to conduct a full fisheries assessment the Marine Stewardship Council Sustainable Fisheries Program on three units of pink salmon and four units of chum salmon in British Columbia. This report provides the results of the assessment of the three pink salmon […]