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Ocean Choice Introduces Innovative Onboard Production Technology

| Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency | news releases

Innovation in resource-based industries helps fuel a strong and sustainable economy in Atlantic Canada. To that end, Ocean Choice International (Ocean Choice) will install and integrate an innovative production line for groundfish onboard its new Arctic class vessel, which is currently under construction. The new vessel will enable approximately 70 new full-time jobs to be created at sea, mainly for employees in rural areas.

Ocean Technology Alliance Canada Leads Development of Canada-Wide Ocean Industries Asset Map

| Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency | news releases

The global blue economy is forecasted to reach a value of $3 trillion (USD) by 2030. Canada’s ocean industries stand to benefit greatly from this growth. To help capture an inclusive, pan-Canadian picture of the private enterprise, research and educational institutions, and innovation ecosystem stakeholders in this country’s ocean economy, the Ocean Technology Alliance Canada (OTAC) with delivery partner OceansAdvance, is leading the development of a digital ocean asset map and database.

Development of Marystown’s Marine Industrial Park to Boost Economic Growth

| Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency | news releases

The Town of Marystown is further developing its marine industrial park to support the region’s aquaculture industry and create new economic opportunities. The project involves the development of seven existing industrial lots. Activities include blasting, grading, landscaping, excavating, backfilling, site engineering and project management. The initiative will enable the Town to further grow its aquaculture and industrial sectors, build community capacity and generate economic benefits for the area.

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