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Some of the world’s best wild seafood comes from the icy coastal waters of British Columbia, Canada. At Haida Wild and Walcan, fishing isn’t just an industry, it’s been a cultural way of life for centuries. Guided by the ancient Haida principle of respect for nature, Haida Wild is known for producing high quality, sustainable wild salmon. Walcan is one of BC’s largest seafood processors with a prime location near the Johnstone Strait, home to some of the world’s most sought-after wild sockeye salmon, which Walcan calls Sakari.
Walcan was founded in 1974 on Quadra Island, BC as a small seasonal bait herring producer, but quickly expanded into processing local fishermen’s catches of wild sockeye, chum, coho and pink salmon. With an ideal location near Johnstone Strait, Walcan produces some of the highest quality wild sockeye salmon available in the world.www.walcan.com
Haida Wild takes sustainable fish seriously. By using catch methods like hook and line, and harvesting and processing their fish by hand, Haida Wild ensures not only the highest quality product, but also a bright future for fishing in the area for years to come.www.haidawild.com