Seafood the focus of up-Island festivals

Trade Expo and Shellfish/Seafood festival in Comox Valley have plenty to offer visitors

The B.C. Seafood Expo, set for June 9 and 10, is bringing together the Pacific Northwest’s leading seafood producers  and exporters to Courtenay.

The event, being held at the Best Western Westerly Hotel, sees leading suppliers, seafood and shellfish aquaculture and wild harvest producers, chefs, exporters and educators descend on the Comox Valley to discuss and explore innovations, challenges and opportunities around the Pacific Northwest seafood sector.

The Expo runs in conjunction with the B.C. Shellfish and Seafood Festival, on June 9 to 14 around the Comox Valley.

To find more details on these events, visit BCSeafoodExpo.com or  BCShellfishFestival.com.

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