The Gratitude Seafood Story
This is more than an invitation to enjoy delicious seafood. It’s an invitation to join us on our journey. A journey that began thousands of years ago from a place we’ve long called home — Canada and the Pacific Northwest.
A journey that, despite many challenges, continues uninterrupted to this day. A journey that shines a light on who we are as people, how we thrive, and how we carry ourselves in this world. As we journey forward, we constantly remain true to ourselves, our beliefs, and our traditional way of life.
Since the beginning of time, our elders have taught us that all life is interconnected and sacred. We’ve learned that every living creature has a role and a purpose. To honour this great circle of life, we were taught to treat all living things with care and respect. We were taught to be grateful for what we are given, and to ensure that gifts that we are given be cherished and passed along in good health to our grandchildren’s grandchildren.
We Believe in Taking Care
Stewardship from ocean to table. Sustaining life for the next 7 generations. Sustainable fishing & production processes. We are ONE.
First Nations importance of “family first.” Community values of St. Jeans. Locally operated and owned by First Nation Communities.
The indigenous food of first peoples. Quality product & healthy seafood from sustainable practices. Health benefits of seafood — Omega 3-6-9 fatty acids.
Treat all living things with care & respect. We are grateful for what we are given. We ensure that the gifts we are given are cherished. and passed along in good health.
Who We Are
West Coast Aboriginal
Connect to the geographic area and the romance & beauty of the west coast as well as the history of the First Nation’s people of the West Coast.
Precision & Preparation
Just as in the potlach or hunting in a canoe.