Canada kept IntraFish reporters on their toes last week.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party pledged to phase out netpen salmon farming by 2025, and move to closed-containment systems.

On the other coast, the political climate appeared more welcoming.

Finally, Canadian wild salmon gave up its Marine Stewardship Council certification.

And that was all before the Cooke video cropped up.

No Canadians on the podcast, but Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry, Executive Editor John Fiorillo and Business Reporter Rachel Sapin gave their opinions from a safe 150 miles to the south.

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