Editor's Notebook, Editorial

The Clock is Already Ticking

More often than not, the fishing and seafood industry is one sector of Canada’s economy that doesn’t ever seem to get the credit it deserves. Canada’s fishery is a major economic driver for both coastal rural communities and major urban...

The Clock is Already Ticking The Clock is Already Ticking
Twine Loft

The Twine Loft - February 2021

Passed On: Terry Hallett – Clark’s Harbour, N.S. fisherman

Hallett, 58, passed away on December 18 at the Roseway Hospital. Born on April 11, 1962, he was a son of the late Cecil and Beverly (Acker) Hallett. He spent the...

The Twine Loft - February 2021 The Twine Loft - February 2021
News, On The Waterfront

On the Waterfront - February 2021

CIFHF Participates in Reconciliation Workshops

Members of the Canadian Independent Fish Harvester’s Federation (CIFHF) want positive working relationships with First Nations in their geographic areas. As a result, CIFHF members recently participated in seven workshops organized in conjunction with First Nations,...

On the Waterfront - February 2021 On the Waterfront - February 2021
Fisheries Forum

When Will We Ever Learn?

In my lifetime, I have seen many ups and downs in this province of Newfoundland and Labrador that I love very dearly. Although it’s a harsh and unforgiving land at times, I would not want to live anywhere else. Most of...

When Will We Ever Learn? When Will We Ever Learn?
Commentary

Glimmer at End of the Pandemic Tunnel

It is no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic has shaken the global seafood industry to its core. Traditionally, Atlantic lobster has been one of the key commodities driving the seafood engine locally and around the world. So, what will the...

Glimmer at End of the Pandemic Tunnel Glimmer at End of the Pandemic Tunnel
Featured

Tracking Whales With Sound

This Could Be a Promising Innovation, Provided it is Used Properly   The presence of North Atlantic right whales in the Gulf of St. Lawrence comes with major challenges: understanding where ...

Investigation Ongoing into Chief William Saulis Sinking

Above: The scallop boat Chief William Saulis. Contributed Photo   As the new year dawned, the search continued for the Chief William Saulis and the five fishermen who went missing with ...
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The Clock is Already Ticking

More often than not, the fishing and seafood industry is one sector of Canada’s economy that doesn’t ever seem to get the credit it deserves. Canada’s fishery is a major economic driver for ...

The Twine Loft - February 2021

Passed On: Terry Hallett – Clark’s Harbour, N.S. fisherman Hallett, 58, passed away on December 18 at the Roseway Hospital. Born on April 11, 1962, he was a son of the late Cecil and Beverly ...
Final Voyages

University Helps Out Local Fishermen

Memorial University may be closed, but on the upside, it has given us access to one of its parking lots in Corner Brook to allow local fishermen to work on fishing gear while the pandemic is ongoin...

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