Salmon farming revitalizes coastal communities

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Atlantic salmon is one of the most nutritious foods you can eat

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ISA is a virus that occurs in nature and is not created by salmon farming

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Sea lice occur naturally in the ocean and live on many species of wild fish

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Atlantic salmon is one of the safest foods you can eat

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Farmed salmon have lower PCB levels than wild fish

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Farmed salmon does not contain dyes or growth hormones

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Less than three per cent of salmon feed is medicated

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Salmon farmers use underwater cameras and sensors to avoid overfeeding and reduce waste

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Lobster landings have increased in areas where salmon farming thrives

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Farmers hire independent divers to perform regular government-audited sediment testing of the ocean floor

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Salmon are incredibly efficient eaters and require less food to grow than any other farmed animal

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Farmed salmon does not contain dyes or hormones

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Salmon farmers are reducing their reliance on forage fish

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Salmon occupy less than 4% of the space in their net pen

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Wild salmon runs are generally consistent in areas where salmon farming occurs

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Salmon farmers operate under a zero escape policy

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Farmed fish do not transfer disease to wild salmon or other fish

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Salmon farming creates thousands of full-time jobs in Atlantic Canada

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Salmon farming helps keep our young people at home in Atlantic Canada

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Salmon farming will help feed the world’s growing population

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Closed containment facilities are not environmentally friendly

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The ocean is the best and most natural environment to raise salmon

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Farmers work hard to prevent sea lice from harming their fish

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Aquaculture is the world’s fastest growing method of food production

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Salmon farming is particularly important to rural economies

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Atlantic Canada would not have a salmon farming industry without the east coast’s pristine ocean environment

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Fish farming – and helping to feed the world – depends on new technology and research

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Salmon farmers are committed to environmental research

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Moving Atlantic Canada’s salmon production to land requires 50 times the space used in the ocean

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Salmon farming is one of the most highly-regulated industries in the world

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