Canadian Fishing Company
For 107 years, the Canadian Fishing Company (Canfisco) has harvested, processed, and marketed premium,
sustainable seafood - including wild salmon, herring, blackcod, hake, halibut, Pacific white fish and sardines - from the coastal waters of British Columbia and Alaska.
In addition to sales under its Gold Seal label throughout Canada, Canfisco supplies high quality canned seafood products to customers in 27 countries around the world.
01 Frozen sockeye at Leader Creek Fisheries’ plant in Bristol Bay,
Alaska where the largest sockeye fishery in the world takes place.
Canfisco operates the largest fleet of fishing vessels in British Columbia and has major processing facilities in Prince Rupert
and Vancouver, including its affiliate, Delta Pacific Seafoods.
Delta Pacific is the largest fresh, frozen and value added seafood
processing facility in British Columbia.
Canfisco has two affiliated companies in Alaska: Alaska General Seafoods and Leader Creek Fisheries. Alaska General Seafoods is
a major participant in Alaska’s wild salmon and herring fisheries, operating processing facilities in Ketchikan, Southeast Alaska
and in Naknek, Western Alaska. Leader Creek is also located in Naknek and is Alaska’s largest producer of wild sockeye salmon
02 Redesigned packaging for Gold Seal canned sockeye salmon is labeled at Canfisco's newly renovated warehouse in Richmond, British Columbia.
Canfisco sells its seafood products into 27 countries worldwide. In the Canadian domestic market, Canfisco’s Gold Seal is a major
brand of canned salmon, renowned for its premium taste and quality. Gold Seal also supplies a complementary line of canned
tuna, sardines, crab, clams, mussels, smoked oysters, and flavoured tuna snack products.
At the peak of the 2012 salmon season, more than 5,000 people were involved in Canfisco’s fishing and processing operations
spanning from Western Alaska to Southern British Columbia.