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Aquaculture in Atlantic Canada - Atlantic Salmon

Nov 1, 2019 ...Aquaculture in Atlantic Canada - Atlantic Salmon Farmed salmon is the main species of the Atlantic Canadian aquaculture industry. It represents approximately 80% of Atlantic Canada's total aquaculture value (60% by volume) and more than 40,000 tonnes are harvested each year.[1] Production of farmed salmon is expected to exceed 60,000 tonnes by 2015. Farm

Aquaculture in Atlantic Canada

Nov 1, 2019 ...Aquaculture in Atlantic Canada Alternate species: Halibut, Sturgeon, Cod and Others Halibut Opportunities are plentiful for this alternate species, with halibut farming now taking place in Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick, where the fish are raised in land-based recirculation and marine net pen facilities. Nova Scotia, particularly

Atlantic Innovation Fund

Nov 1, 2019 ...Atlantic Innovation Fund Are you a business, co-operative, university, college or research institution looking to: develop and bring to market new products and services that meet market demands and global quality standards? adapt new technology to meet business needs or respond to market opportunities? help Atlantic Canada’s new and traditional sectors

Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency

Nov 1, 2019 ...Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency The Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency works to create opportunities for economic growth in Atlantic Canada by helping businesses become more competitive, innovative and productive, by working with diverse communities to develop and diversify local economies, and by championing the strengths of Atlantic Canada. Follow

Atlantic Canada and Saint-Pierre and Miquelon

Nov 15, 2019 ...Atlantic Canada and Saint-Pierre and Miquelon The Agreement Between the Government of Canada and the Government of the Republic of France Relating to the Development of Regional Cooperation Between the Canadian Atlantic Provinces and the French Territorial Collectivity of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon was signed in 1994. This Agreement created the Regional

The Labour Market in Atlantic Canada

Nov 1, 2019 ...The Labour Market in Atlantic Canada The rate of economic growth in Atlantic Canada from 2019 to 2040 is projected to be approximately 0.8%[1]. That’s a full percentage point lower than the national economic growth rate of 1.8%. The reason this growth rate stands lower than the national average is that the region’s aging population has affected its long

Research and development in Atlantic Canada

Nov 1, 2019 ...Research and development in Atlantic Canada Centres of Excellence Atlantic Canada is world-renowned for its outstanding centres of excellence in Research and Development (R&D). The region has an extensive network of specialized centres and research facilities that concentrate on both traditional and advanced technology industries. Among those industries

Atlantic Canada's biotechnology industry

Nov 1, 2019 ...Atlantic Canada's biotechnology industry Fastest Growth Rate Canada is one of the top three countries in the world for biotechnology innovation and commercialization. Its leadership position is a strong testament to the country's world-class credentials. The sector's steady growth is largely due to its solid base of expertise and its continuous investment

Aerospace and defence industry in Atlantic Canada

Nov 1, 2019 ...Aerospace and defence industry in Atlantic Canada Soaring Growth Atlantic Canada's growing aerospace and defence industry offers international companies a world of opportunities Atlantic Canada's aerospace and defence industry is soaring to new heights. Exports have risen rapidly in recent years, with a 189%[1] increase in the export of products and parts

Atlantic Provinces Economic Council Studies

Nov 1, 2019 ...Succeeding Globally - The Importance of Global Value Chains for Small and Medium Businesses in Atlantic Canada, and Taking on the World - Atlantic Canada's Role in Global Value Chains Atlantic Provinces Economic Council, 2011 The world economy is more interconnected than ever, which is presenting small- and medium-sized Atlantic Canadian businesses new

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