Few fish represent our maritime heritage better than the halibut. Wild-caught and farmed throughout the waters of the Maritime provinces, Newfoundland and Labrador, and the Gulf of St. Lawrence, this flatfish is not just a staple but a testament to our nation's rich fishing traditions.
With its distinct diamond shape and grey-green hues, halibut is unique in appearance—and taste. Its meat is lean, mildly sweet, and beautifully flaky, making it a favourite choice for many dishes. In fact, many Canadians would argue that a plate of crispy fish and chips reaches perfection only when it's made with halibut.
The cold, deep waters of the North Atlantic are the perfect habitat for cod, which is why ours are the best there are. The mild taste and large flakes make it a crowd-pleaser, no matter how it’s served.
Helps build strong bones and teeth
Low in sodium and saturated fat
Roasted Butternut Squash Soup with Seared Scallops
It’s hard not to think of salmon when you think of Canadian Seafood. From sushi to cedar planks to smoked on a bagel, it’s a genuine Canadian treasure from the deep.
Excellent source of vitamin D
An important factor in energy metabolism and tissue formation
Aids in normal growth and development
Simple Cedar Plank Salmon