The Daily incorrectly attributed articles in the Oct. 27 Culture section. “Smoked meat salvation” was written by April Engelberg; “Mind over meat?” was written by Maia Reed.
In the same issue, “Fishy Business on B.C. Fish Farms” (News) The Daily misspelled Clare Backman’s name (and in one instance referred to him as ‘she.’) The Daily also reported that Alexandra Morton works with the Rainforest Alliance Association. In fact, Morton works with the Raincoast Research Society. Further, sea lice are not treated with antibiotics, and dye is added to the feed, not the fish. Stewart also indicated that containerized fish farms could also be floating tanks with impermeable barriers, not only on-shore farms.
The Daily regrets the errors.