Cowichan Conversations: ISA virus on your table – an act of desperation

Here is the latest from Alexandra Morton Alexandra Morton-Marine Biologist Hello The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has decided that ISA virus contaminated feedlot salmon can be grown-out in the ocean and sold to Canadians. The U.S. has reportedly rejected the product. This has become an national incident, Canada is stepping away from international protocol ...

Cowichan Conversations: Canada’s Food Safety Out Of Control – E.coli List Keeps Growing.

Richard ‘Hub’ Hughes – Political Blogger As many Canadians settle in for a Thanksgiving Dinner the Canadian Food Inspection Agencies list of E.coli tainted foods continues to grow. Give thanks to the fact that Brooks Alberta’s XL foods were not processing turkey! Click here for the latest CFIA reports.  The path of E.coli foods is still ...

Cowichan Conversations: Something Is Fishy With The CFIA and XL’s Meat Facility

Richard ‘Hub’ Hughes PM Steve Harper’s hands off self regulatory model is I expect at the root of the problems at XL’s Brooks, Alberta Facility. Throughout Canada, the fashionable with the right wing regulation and self inspection experiments have proven to be a dangerous diversion with deadly serious consequences. How is it that the Americans ...