Not only a cheap and accessible food source, fish is also a source of income for low-income fishers working in fisheries. However, relying on fish is becoming a risky gamble.

Mike Kelloway is federal Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard

The award recognizes exceptional initiative on behalf of the Society of Canadian Aquatic Sciences, acknowledging Dr. Reid's innovative efforts in developing inclusive spaces for Indigenous content and participation

Thanks to diligent observers, seahorses, those enigmatic and charismatic fish, are not only being discovered in new habitats and expanded geographic ranges, they are also being found at new ocean depths. While their capacity for male pregnancy has long fascinated people, new information on sex ratio and pregnancy seasonality has been discovered by, well, you. […]

At PEEC 2024, IOF students presented and explored Pacific ecology and evolution research and learned about Indigenous history and conservation efforts along the Pacific Northwest.

This award recognizes demonstrated excellence in pure or applied scientific research by a young faculty member.

UBC researchers believe a group of killer whales observed hunting marine mammals including sperm whales, as well as a sea turtle, in the open ocean off California and Oregon could be a new population.

MSc student Aleah Wong, who has made it to the final round of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) 2024 Storytellers Challenge.

Dr. William Cheung's Canada Research Chair in Ocean Sustainability and Global Change (Tier II) was renewed for another five years. Dr. Chris Harley's Sentinels of Changes project was funded.