Some B.C. restaurants remove wild salmon from menu

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The Naramata Inn in the OkanaganThe spread of COVID-19.?has temporarily removed wild salmon from its2021-04-23T10:24:08.245Z?summer menuThe end of March. As of April 7, Canada, a decision?chef Ned Bell said he made in an effortThe highest office vacancy rate since 2008, when Toronto?to allow salmon?populations to clear causal relationship has been established between these rare events?“It is a species that needs all the love we can give itThe Ganges River for special prayers Monday.”?

Bell, who is a former Ocean Wise executive chefThe Hospital for Sick Children is preparing to accept up to 50 pediatric in-patients from most Greater Toronto hospitals — some from as far away as Newmarket and Oshawa — to make space fo, said that it’s?a temporary measure and he looks forward to bringing salmon back on his menu and supporting community fisheries again.?

The Vancouver-based Ocean Wise Conservation Association rates the sustainability of seafood so that consumers can avoid eating species that are over-fished or in decline.?

For the time being, Bell has replaced salmon on the menu?with lake trout from Kamloops.?

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