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Trust in trout.
The Northern B.C. community may be isolated from any major population centre, but in the past few years the NQuatqua First Nation has delivered its bountyin the form of rainbow trout raised in its sustainable hatcheryto the finest restaurants in the region (like Fairmont Whistler's Grill Room, where chef Derek Bendig was an early fan). But COVID brought the double whammy of declining restaurant orders and a foreboding sense of future food insecurity to a Nation keen to keep the pandemic at bay, so they hatched the idea of providing three free trout for every household in the community. The plan was a huge success, and many community members began to make the fish part of their ongoing food routine.