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The Okanagan Nation Alliance is pleased to offer the highest quality sustainably trolled or seined wild sockeye from its commercial fishery. These sockeye are handled with the greatest care and approved by the Canadian federal government (CFIA) and British Columbia Interior Health.

Our Buyer’s Club program allows your organization to pass on savings to it’s members, by pooling your orders and ordering in bulk.

This is an exclusive program for select organizations. If you would like to participate in the Okanagan Select Buyer’s Club program, please contact us.

Frequently asked Questions

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What payment methods do you accept?

We accept the following methods of payment – Mastercard, Visa, Visa Debit, and cheque.

When will I be charged?

Once your account is approved, payment terms are net-30 (due 30 days, after the invoice is generated).

How do I know my order has been placed successfully?

We will send you an acknowledgement email on successful completion of an order. This email will detail the order that you have placed and will give you an order reference number. We would advise you to keep this email safely as you will need your order reference number for any further queries which you may have. Failure to provide us with an order reference number on request will result in a delay with your enquiry. Once your order has been accepted and dispatched to you, we will send you a confirmation email.

I did not receive a confirmation email

Please contact us if you do not receive an acknowledgement email and we will make sure it is not a problem with our system. Acknowledgement emails are generated and sent once an order has been successfully completed. You may need to check your mailbox as it may be treating our emails as spam or junk mail and you should check your spam or junk mail folders to make sure they have not gone directly to this location. Please, ensure that all of the details entered are correct, please pay particular attention to your email address and delivery addresses.

The item/size I ordered is out of stock. Why was it on the website?

All items are subject to availability. Generally, if an item is showing on our website then it is available to order. However, during busy periods we may be in a position where we cannot supply an item or there may be an unexpected delay in dispatch. Our system does not record individual size quantities, if you order several items in the same size you may experience a slight delay. If this is the case, we will let you know as soon as possible and will offer to substitute the item for another similar item or we will offer a refund.

How long will my order take to be processed?

We endeavour to process orders as quickly as possible as we know how exciting it is to get your order promptly, however please allow 24 – 72 working hours as a guide.

The Okanagan Nation Alliance is pleased to offer the highest quality sustainably trolled or seined wild sockeye from its commercial fishery. These sockeye have high standards and are government and Interior Health approved.

The Fishery

The Okanagan Nation Alliance has a small artisanal fishery with limited quantities of fish.

Until recently, local sockeye salmon stocks neared extinction due to habitat loss, impassable dams, over-harvest, and climate change. Kt cp’elk’ stim’ is a Syilx word meaning “cause to come back.” Today, the years of hard work and dedication are paying off and we now have a sustainable population and sockeye runs.

Responsible Trade

The ONA practices responsible trade with respectful and relevant fishing practices. The ONA is a member of Slow Food International and Slow Fish Canada and is devoted to good, clean, fair food. This local, wild sockeye is the only salmon on Slow Food Canada’s protected Ark of Taste, and is Ocean Wise approved.

The proceeds from the sales are reinvested in the conservation of native fish and aquatic resources in the Columbia Basin. This “salmon conservation come-back story” is now being showcased on a local, regional, and International level