Video: Ocean Farming Series – Quality & Capacity (May 19, 2022)May 19, 2022

Held on May 19, 2022, this is the fourth session of the Ocean Farming Series held by the Cape Breton Partnership and Nova Scotia Community College: Ocean Farming – Pathways to Entry and Regulations.

The session featured panel presentations and discussions with Michelle Theriault, Director of Université Sainte-Anne’s Marine Research Centre and satellite campus in Petit de Grat, NS, Ashley Sprague, Manager Seafood Services at Perennia, and Giulia Pereira, Sea Farm Operations Faculty, Department of Technology & Environment at Nova Scotia Community College. The session will be moderated by Dan Lane, Interim Director – Lobster Quality Research & Innovation Centre de recherche marine, Université Sainte-Anne. He is also a Professor Emeritus at the Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa.

This event is part of the Cape Breton Partnership’s and Nova Scotia Community College’s Ocean Farming Series, bringing our local Unama’ki – Cape Breton business community together to hear from industry experts on a range of topics important to the success and growth of the ocean farming sector on Cape Breton Island.

Future topics include: Innovation & Readiness

For more information:

Carly Appleton
Cape Breton Partnership

Amanda Mombourquette
Nova Scotia Community College

About the Cape Breton Partnership:

The Cape Breton Partnership is Unama’ki – Cape Breton’s private sector-led economic development organization that supports companies and entrepreneurs by promoting our island as a great place to live and invest; growing a culture that values and celebrates creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship; and connecting entrepreneurs and companies to the resources they need to succeed. For more information, visit

About Nova Scotia Community College

NSCC is committed to building Nova Scotia’s economy and quality of life through education and innovation, transforming Nova Scotia one learner at a time. NSCC offers more than 130 career-oriented programs throughout the province at our 14 campuses, including our online eCampus. Learn more at