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  • 1. WE WAI KAI SEAFOOD CORPORATION
  • 2. WE WAI KAI SEAFOOD CORPORATION• Introduction – Rod Naknakim, Presenter
  • 3. WE WAI KAI SEAFOOD CORPORATION• Introduction – Rod Naknakim, Presenter• About the WWKSC
  • 4. WE WAI KAI SEAFOOD CORPORATION• Introduction – Rod Naknakim, Presenter• About the WWKSC• Submerged Longline Scallop Culture
  • 5. WE WAI KAI SEAFOOD CORPORATION• Introduction – Rod Naknakim, Presenter• About the WWKSC• Submerged Longline Scallop Culture• Economic Factors
  • 6. WE WAI KAI SEAFOOD CORPORATION• Introduction – Rod Naknakim, Presenter• About the WWKSC• Submerged Longline Scallop Culture• Economic Factors• Conclusion / Discussion
  • 7. About the WWKSC• Established in November 2008• 100% Owned by We Wai Kai Nation
  • 8. About the WWKSC• Established in November 2008• 100% Owned by We Wai Kai Nation• Set up to develop aquaculture ops to:
  • 9. About the WWKSC• Established in November 2008• 100% Owned by We Wai Kai Nation• Set up to develop aquaculture ops to:  Match skill sets of Band citizens
  • 10. About the WWKSC• Established in November 2008• 100% Owned by We Wai Kai Nation• Set up to develop aquaculture ops to:  Match skill sets of Band citizens  Provide Employment Opportunities
  • 11. About the WWKSC• Established in November 2008• 100% Owned by We Wai Kai Nation• Set up to develop aquaculture ops to:  Match skill sets of Band citizens  Provide Employment Opportunities  Utilize the WWK Traditional Territory
  • 12. About the WWKSC
  • 13. About the WWKSC• Established in November 2008
  • 14. Logo Design Contest Winner
  • 15. Logo Design Contest WinnerLocal ArtistDebbie Dick
  • 16. Operate Company Independent fromthe Band Council:
  • 17. Operate Company Independent fromthe Band Council: • BCR’s Support Tenures and Capital Purchases,
  • 18. Operate Company Independent fromthe Band Council: • BCR’s Support Tenures and Capital Purchases, • Experienced Board of Directors, appointed by Chief and Council
  • 19. Operate Company Independent fromthe Band Council: • BCR’s Support Tenures and Capital Purchases, • Experienced Board of Directors, appointed by Chief and Council • 2 Band Councillors, 1 Elders Council on Board of Directors,
  • 20. Operate Company Independent fromthe Band Council: • BCR’s Support Tenures and Capital Purchases, • Experienced Board of Directors, appointed by Chief and Council • 2 Band Councillors, 1 Elders Council on Board of Directors, • Community provided information on regular basis (newsletter, meetings)
  • 21. Pilot Project Area
  • 22. Operating as a Pilot Project with 500,000scallops of 2 different age classes under theauthority Of:
  • 23. Operating as a Pilot Project with 500,000scallops of 2 different age classes under theauthority Of:• Investigative Permit (IP) Province of BC
  • 24. Operating as a Pilot Project with 500,000scallops of 2 different age classes under theauthority Of:• Investigative Permit (IP) Province of BC  Feb 11, 2008 - Applied to ILMB
  • 25. Operating as a Pilot Project with 500,000scallops of 2 different age classes under theauthority Of:• Investigative Permit (IP) Province of BC  Feb 11, 2008 - Applied to ILMB  Nov 15, 2008 – IP Issued
  • 26. Operating as a Pilot Project with 500,000scallops of 2 different age classes under theauthority Of:• Investigative Permit (IP) Province of BC  Feb 11, 2008 - Applied to ILMB  Nov 15, 2008 – IP Issued• Temporary Industrial Use Permit-Regional District
  • 27. Operating as a Pilot Project with 500,000scallops of 2 different age classes under theauthority Of:• Investigative Permit (IP) Province of BC  Feb 11, 2008 - Applied to ILMB  Nov 15, 2008 – IP Issued• Temporary Industrial Use Permit-Regional District  July 23, 2008 – TIUP Issued
  • 28. Operating as a Pilot Project with 500,000scallops of 2 different age classes under theauthority Of:• Investigative Permit (IP) Province of BC  Feb 11, 2008 - Applied to ILMB  Nov 15, 2008 – IP Issued• Temporary Industrial Use Permit-Regional District  July 23, 2008 – TIUP Issued• Transport Canada Clearance,
  • 29. Operating as a Pilot Project with 500,000scallops of 2 different age classes under theauthority Of:• Investigative Permit (IP) Province of BC  Feb 11, 2008 - Applied to ILMB  Nov 15, 2008 – IP Issued• Temporary Industrial Use Permit-Regional District  July 23, 2008 – TIUP Issued• Transport Canada Clearance,  Navigable Waters Protection Act
  • 30. Operating as a Pilot Project with 500,000scallops of 2 different age classes under theauthority Of:• Investigative Permit (IP) Province of BC  Feb 11, 2008 - Applied to ILMB  Nov 15, 2008 – IP Issued• Temporary Industrial Use Permit-Regional District  July 23, 2008 – TIUP Issued• Transport Canada Clearance,  Navigable Waters Protection Act  Aug 13, 2008 – NWPA approval granted
  • 31. Operating as a Pilot Project with 500,000scallops of 2 different age classes under theauthority Of:• Investigative Permit (IP) Province of BC  Feb 11, 2008 - Applied to ILMB  Nov 15, 2008 – IP Issued• Temporary Industrial Use Permit-Regional District  July 23, 2008 – TIUP Issued• Transport Canada Clearance,  Navigable Waters Protection Act  Aug 13, 2008 – NWPA approval granted• BCR issued by Chief and Council WWKN
  • 32. Location of the Investigative Permit area
  • 33. Location of the Investigative Permit area • East Side of Quadra Island in Sutil Channel
  • 34. Location of the Investigative Permit area • East Side of Quadra Island in Sutil Channel • Excellent nutrients and oxygenated water
  • 35. Location of the Investigative Permit area • East Side of Quadra Island in Sutil Channel • Excellent nutrients and oxygenated water • Even tidal flow,
  • 36. Location of the Investigative Permit area • East Side of Quadra Island in Sutil Channel • Excellent nutrients and oxygenated water • Even tidal flow, • Close to WWKN resident community of Cape Mudge (labour pool),
  • 37. Location of the Investigative Permit area • East Side of Quadra Island in Sutil Channel • Excellent nutrients and oxygenated water • Even tidal flow, • Close to WWKN resident community of Cape Mudge (labour pool), • Adjacent to WWKN I.R. # 9 – Drew Harbour
  • 38. Location of the Investigative Permit area • East Side of Quadra Island in Sutil Channel • Excellent nutrients and oxygenated water • Even tidal flow, • Close to WWKN resident community of Cape Mudge (labour pool), • Adjacent to WWKN I.R. # 9 – Drew Harbour • Installed 5 100 meter submerged longlines  November 2008
  • 39. Purchased MV Armada
  • 40. Purchased MV Armada• November 15, 2008
  • 41. Purchased MV Armada• November 15, 2008• Built 1994 ABD Aluminum, North Van
  • 42. Purchased MV Armada• November 15, 2008• Built 1994 ABD Aluminum, North Van• 12.08 meters in overall length
  • 43. Purchased MV Armada• November 15, 2008• Built 1994 ABD Aluminum, North Van• 12.08 meters in overall length• 13.87 Gross Tonnage
  • 44. Purchased MV Armada• November 15, 2008• Built 1994 ABD Aluminum, North Van• 12.08 meters in overall length• 13.87 Gross Tonnage• $75,000 purchase price
  • 45. Purchased MV Armada• November 15, 2008• Built 1994 ABD Aluminum, North Van• 12.08 meters in overall length• 13.87 Gross Tonnage• $75,000 purchase price• $50,000 upgrades and modifications  mast, boom , side haulers, flush decking
  • 46. Purchased MV Armada• November 15, 2008• Built 1994 ABD Aluminum, North Van• 12.08 meters in overall length• 13.87 Gross Tonnage• $75,000 purchase price• $50,000 upgrades and modifications  mast, boom , side haulers, flush decking• $20,000 recent hydraulic upgrade and aux. engine installation (Mar, 2011)
  • 47. Purchased MV Armada• November 15, 2008• Built 1994 ABD Aluminum, North Van• 12.08 meters in overall length• 13.87 Gross Tonnage• $75,000 purchase price• $50,000 upgrades and modifications  mast, boom , side haulers, flush decking• $20,000 recent hydraulic upgrade and aux. engine installation (Mar, 2011)• $400,000+ Replacement Value today
  • 48. Why Scallop Farming?
  • 49. Submerged Line Scallop Farming
  • 50. • Strong market: US consumption 1.5- 2.0 billion/year
  • 51. • Strong market: US consumption 1.5- 2.0 billion/year• High value: $10-14 per pound, gross revenue $0.90-1.00/scallop
  • 52. • Strong market: US consumption 1.5- 2.0 billion/year• High value: $10-14 per pound, gross revenue $0.90-1.00/scallop• Green industry: no chemicals or feed, low impact
  • 53. • Strong market: US consumption 1.5- 2.0 billion/year• High value: $10-14 per pound, gross revenue $0.90-1.00/scallop• Green industry: no chemicals or feed, low impact• Viable alternative for Band Citizen Skill sets as commercial fishers
  • 54. WWKSC Building Relationships
  • 55. WWKSC Building Relationships• Island Scallops Ltd
  • 56. WWKSC Building Relationships• Island Scallops Ltd• Walcan Seafood Ltd
  • 57. WWKSC Building Relationships• Island Scallops Ltd• Walcan Seafood Limited• Provincial Government of BC
  • 58. WWKSC Building Relationships• Island Scallops Ltd• Walcan Seafood Limited• Provincial Government of BC• Federal Government of Canada
  • 59. WWKSC Building Relationships• Island Scallops Ltd• Walcan Seafood Limited• Provincial Government of BC• Federal Government of Canada• Strathcona Regional District
  • 60. WWKSC Building Relationships• Island Scallops Ltd• Walcan Seafood Limited• Provincial Government of BC• Federal Government of Canada• Strathcona Regional District• Vancouver Island University
  • 61. WWKSC Building Relationships• Island Scallops Ltd• Walcan Seafood Limited• Provincial Government of BC• Federal Government of Canada• Strathcona Regional District• Vancouver Island University• Aboriginal Aquaculture Association
  • 62. WWKSC Building Relationships• Island Scallops Ltd• Walcan Seafood Limited• Provincial Government of BC• Federal Government of Canada• Strathcona Regional District• Vancouver Island University• Aboriginal Aquaculture Association• Other First Nations
  • 63. Finished Product before Packaging
  • 64. First Production Lot June 17, 2010
  • 65. First Production Lot June 17, 2010• Packaged in 1 lb Plastic containers
  • 66. First Production Lot June 17, 2010• Packaged in 1 lb Plastic containers• Sold fresh through the We Wai Kai Campsite as local test market
  • 67. First Production Lot June 17, 2010• Packaged in 1 lb Plastic containers• Sold fresh through the We Wai Kai Campsite as local test market• Fresh sales built up by word of mouth
  • 68. First Production Lot June 17, 2010• Packaged in 1 lb Plastic containers• Sold fresh through the We Wai Kai Campsite as local test market• Fresh sales built up by word of mouth  Demand for fresh product strong
  • 69. First Production Lot June 17, 2010• Packaged in 1 lb Plastic containers• Sold fresh through the We Wai Kai Campsite as local test market• Fresh sales built up by word of mouth  Demand for fresh product strong• Now Processing Individually Quick Frozen (IQF) scallops in 1 Kg boxes
  • 70. First Production Lot June 17, 2010• Packaged in 1 lb Plastic containers• Sold fresh through the We Wai Kai Campsite as local test market• Fresh sales built up by word of mouth  Demand for fresh product strong• Now Processing Individually Quick Frozen (IQF) scallops in 1 Kg boxes• Sold all mature stock by December 2010
  • 71. First Production Lot June 17, 2010• Packaged in 1 lb Plastic containers• Sold fresh through the We Wai Kai Campsite as local test market• Fresh sales built up by word of mouth  Demand for fresh product strong• Now Processing Individually Quick Frozen (IQF) scallops in 1 Kg boxes• Sold all mature stock by December 2010• Investigating additional species (cockles)
  • 72. 24 X 1 lb Containers packed inStyrofoam shipping containersand shipped to market
  • 73. Full Tenure Application
  • 74. Full Tenure Application• Applied for on March 29, 2009 after determining site suitability
  • 75. Full Tenure Application• Applied for on March 29, 2009 after determining site suitability• 85.5 ha Tenure
  • 76. Full Tenure Application• Applied for on March 29, 2009 after determining site suitability• 85.5 ha Tenure• Rectangular in shape to run parallel to the contours of the sea bed
  • 77. Full Tenure Application• Applied for on March 29, 2009 after determining site suitability• 85.5 ha Tenure• Rectangular in shape to run parallel to the contours of the sea bed• Regional District objected
  • 78. Full Tenure Application• Applied for on March 29, 2009 after determining site suitability• 85.5 ha Tenure• Rectangular in shape to run parallel to the contours of the sea bed• Regional District objected  Withheld zoning amendment
  • 79. Full Tenure Application• Applied for on March 29, 2009 after determining site suitability• 85.5 ha Tenure• Rectangular in shape to run parallel to the contours of the sea bed• Regional District objected  Withheld zoning amendment  Delayed Tenure Process completion
  • 80. Full Tenure Application• Applied for on March 29, 2009 after determining site suitability• 85.5 ha Tenure• Rectangular in shape to run parallel to the contours of the sea bed• Regional District objected  Withheld zoning amendment  Delayed Tenure Process completion• Province over ruled SRD
  • 81. Full Tenure Application• Applied for on March 29, 2009 after determining site suitability• 85.5 ha Tenure• Rectangular in shape to run parallel to the contours of the sea bed• Regional District objected  Withheld zoning amendment  Delayed Tenure Process completion• Province over ruled SRD  Decision to issue Tenure March 19, 2011
  • 82. Gilakasla