2004 - 2005 Calendar

GENERAL INFORMATION

CANADIAN CENTRE FOR FISHERIES INNOVATION (CCFI)

Located at the Fisheries and Marine Institute, the Canadian Centre for Fisheries Innovation is owned by Memorial University of Newfoundland and supported by the Atlantic Innovation Fund. The Centre provides scientific research and technology services to the fishing industry in Atlantic Canada. Working closely with the faculty and staff of the region's universities and technical institutes, the Centre provides expert assistance in the areas of aquaculture, harvesting and processing, with the aim of enhancing the industry's productivity and profitability. CCFI's activities also include resource conservation research, equipment development and marine biotechnology. The Centre's services are available to anyone in the fishery who wishes to overcome obstacles or meet opportunities through science and technology.

CCFI is an organization structured to meet the needs of the fishing industry quickly and efficiently. The Industrial Liaison Officers collaborate directly with clients to develop and execute industrially relevant research and development projects.

MANDATE

The organization works with industry clients to identify needs. It then collaborates with the scientific and technological faculty and staff of the universities and technical colleges of Atlantic Canada to devise solutions to meet those needs. CCFI works to ensure that the initiatives are organized, on time and directed to address the specific needs of the industry clients. The Centre also funds these projects, when required.

The Centre's research and development undertakings cover all areas of importance to the fishery and aquaculture industry:

∙    Environmentally Sustainable Harvesting
∙    Food Safety Systems
∙    Utilization of Fish Waste
∙    Improved and More Efficient Fishing Platforms
∙    Human Resource/Technology Applications
∙    Alternative Fish and Shellfish Species for Aquaculture
∙    Efficiency and Profitability in Aquaculture
∙    Resolving Environmental Issues in Aquaculture

With strong representation from industry, the Board of Directors oversees the direction and mandate of the Centre to ensure that its work is always relevant to the needs of the fishery.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Dr. R. Lucas, Acting Chairperson
Dean of Science, Memorial University of Newfoundland

Mr. A. O'Rielly
Managing Director, Canadian Centre for Fisheries Innovation

Mr. R. Andrews
Fishery Products International, St. John's, NL

Mr. W. Apold
TAVEL Group, Halifax, NS

Mr. D. Bonnell
Head, School of Fisheries, Fisheries and Marine Institute

Mr. R. Butler
Cooke Aquaculture, St. George, NB

Mr. G. Chidley
Harvester, Renews, NL

Dr. C. Frantsi
Manager, Technical Development
Heritage Salmon, Black's Harbour, NB

Mr. D. Green
E. J. Green and Company, Winterton, NL

Mr. G. Gregory
Consultant, St. Phillips, NL

Mr. F. Hennessey
Harvester, Souris, PEI

Mr. G. Hognasson
Clearwater Fine Foods, Bedford, NS

Mr. S. Roche
Consultant, St. John's, NL

Mr. K. Sullivan
Barry Group, St. John's, NL

Ms. S. Vatcher
National Research Council, Chalottetown, PEI

Mr. B. Wareham
Highliner Foods, Arnold's Cove, NL

MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
   
Managing Director
O'Rielly, A., B.Comm., Memorial

Executive Assistant
Horan, C., B.A., Memorial

Industrial Liaison Officer, Aquculture
Kielly, M., B.A., B.Comm, Memorial

Industrial Liaison Officer, Processing and Harvesting
Collier, B.

Industrial Liaison Officer, Maritimes
Chapman, A., B. Comm., Memorial

Secretarial Officer
Brophy, A.

Accountant
Kearsey, M., B.A., Memorial


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