Fishing the West Coast Photo Contest 2014

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Fishing the West Coast, the Cannery’s annual photo contest, is now accepting entries! Send us your photos (maximum of 10 per person) taken in 2014 that relate to fishing or the Cannery. This year, the grand prize is $300 from G&F Financial Group! Photos may be submitted in either 8×10 prints (our preference), high-resolution . . . → Read More: Fishing the West Coast Photo Contest 2014

We have a winner!

Congratulations to Tavis Nordstrom, winner to of our 2013 Fishing of the West Coast Photo Contest! ‘Posting up in Neville’ caught the eyes of visitors, Flickr viewers and staff alike. Tavis wins the grand prize of $300 from G&F Financial Group. A big thank you to all entrants for your stunning photographs! Keep your camera . . . → Read More: We have a winner!

How to Fish the West Coast (and stay dry)

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It’s easy – just come to the Cannery to see the highlights of our Fishing the West Coast Photo Contest entries. Once you’ve had a leisurely, sea-sickness free amble through the exhibit, take a moment to vote for your favourite. Bonus: you won’t even smell like fish afterwards! On now, with regular admission to . . . → Read More: How to Fish the West Coast (and stay dry)

Fun things to do when it rains!

The rain is back! We have been pretty lucky with fantastic weather over the past three months, not to mention the driest September on record since two years after the Cannery was built in 1894. I’m guessing the lot of you, if you’re anything like me, have forgotten what it is like to return . . . → Read More: Fun things to do when it rains!

Super fun September – what’s happening at the cannery this month

There is so much hustle and bustle around the Cannery these days, one might think it’s Christmas! In actuality, we are preparing for a variety of fun things taking place this month, and we think you should come out and enjoy them with us! Here is what is happening: Fishing the West Coast Photo . . . → Read More: Super fun September – what’s happening at the cannery this month

Winners of Fishing the West Coast Photo Project 2011

  The Gulf of Georgia Cannery is proud to announce the winners of this year’s annual Fishing the West Coast Photo Project. The results are based on the votes submitted by visitors to the Cannery who viewed the many quality photographs as a part of the exhibit. The wide range of photographs appealed to . . . → Read More: Winners of Fishing the West Coast Photo Project 2011

On Now: Fishing the West Coast 2011

On Saturday, August 27th, Fishing the West Coast 2011 opened at the Gulf of Georgia Cannery. This annual exhibit features photographs of the West Coast fishing industry. Categorized under various subjects the images span from artistic interpretation to realistic images of life on the water. What is unique to this project is that the photos . . . → Read More: On Now: Fishing the West Coast 2011

Fishing the West Coast 2010 Winners!

Another year of our Fishing the West Coast photo contest has ended but not without some winners! An important goal of this project is to collect pictures of the west coast fishing industry and fishing environment so we have a record of the present to preserve for the future. Thank you for helping us . . . → Read More: Fishing the West Coast 2010 Winners!

One Week Left in Fishing the West Coast Photo Contest

Haven’t voted in the Fishing the West Coast Photo Contest yet? Time’s running out! Stop by the Cannery to view beautiful images such as Afternoon Crane by J. Baziuk (seen above) and let us know which ones you love! Unable to visit in person before the October 28th deadline? Check out the images online! . . . → Read More: One Week Left in Fishing the West Coast Photo Contest

Fishing the West Coast Photo Contest Continues

If you are an art fan or just love checking out marine scenes, stop by the Cannery to view our Fishing the West Coast Photo Contest! There are 30 photographs on display until October 28, 2010 such as “Herring Roe on Kelp” by W. Duke as seen above. Come by to vote for your . . . → Read More: Fishing the West Coast Photo Contest Continues