St. Jean's Cannery & Smokehouse
What Seafood Should Be
Enjoy wild hardwood smoked salmon, candied salmon, albacore tuna, smoked shellfish, and seafood gifts prepared with care where seafood is king: the west coast of British Columbia.
To the rest of Canada and the USA, we invite you to enjoy these West Coast classics as we have for generations.
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A Canadian Seafood Success Story
Established on Vancouver Island in 1961
From Quebec to Yukon to British Columbia, Armand St. Jean crossed the country to establish the seafood enterprise of his dreams. As one of the last seafood canneries left standing, we’re proud to continue the St. Jean legacy today.
WE TAKE PRIDE IN WHAT WE DO
HAND PACKED CANNING
Our staff ensure only the best cuts of fish go into our cans.
Dynamite flavours due to the secret blend of all-natural hardwood in our smokers.
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
Established in 1961. Still going strong.
We let the flavour of the fish do all the talking.
QUALITY PROTEIN AT THE READY
Our canned wild salmon and tuna are ready when you are. Flip open our pull-tab lids and get going on gourmet sandwiches, pastas, and salads — or just eat right out of the can. No additional cooking required.
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Seafood For Your Pets
Nature's Best Food from Canada's West Coast
After crafting gourmet wild seafood products for seafood fans for more than 60 years, we had a ‘Eureka!’ moment: our pets deserve the outstanding flavour and nutrition from wild seafood, too!
This notion gave birth to Healthy Shores, the new pet food division of St. Jean’s Cannery. Just like the seafood for our human friends, the seafood ingredients for our pets are locally-sourced, Ocean Wise-recommended for sustainability, and traceable back to the fisher who caught them.