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House flags of Canadian fishing companies

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Canadian Fish Company (Canfisco)

[Canadian Fish Company]
by Phil Nelson

This was once the largest fish producer in North America, starting up in 1890. By the 1940's, Canfisco had a large fleet of fishing boats which were leased to local fishermen.
Phil Nelson, 29 April 2000


Cassier Fish Packing Co.

[Cassier Fish Packing Co.]
by Phil Nelson

Started in 1890's. The company once had a large fleet, but appears to be out of business at this time or no longer maintains a fleet.
Phil Nelson, 29 April 2000


Prince Rupert Fisherman's Co-op Association

[Prince Rupert Fishermans Co-op Association]
by Phil Nelson

Formed in 1931, the association flag was used aboard member boats. The co-op suspended operations in 1991.
Phil Nelson, 29 April 2000


The Prince Rupert Fishermen's Co-operative Association (Inc) flag shown in the book Historic Flags of the West Coast was probably first displayed in the early 1960's; by the late 1970's the "co-op" adopted the International Co-operative flag (the rainbow flag) as their house flag.
Isaac Vanderhorst, 20 August 2000
author, Historic Flags of the West Coast Mostbet