Trade Show News

Major Commercial Fishing Expo Opens in Yarmouth This Week; Hall of Fame Inductees Announced

One of Canada’s longest-running, most successful commercial fishing shows returns to the Yarmouth Mariners Centre in just a few days. The Eastern Canadian Fisheries Exposition, held every two years in southwestern Nova Scotia, offers a comprehensive showcase of commercial marine...

Major Commercial Fishing Expo Opens in Yarmouth This Week; Hall of Fame Inductees Announced Major Commercial Fishing Expo Opens in Yarmouth This Week; Hall of Fame Inductees Announced
Editor's Notebook, Editorial

No Dead Whales in the Gulf — Now What?

For many fishermen, the 2018 snow crab fishery in the Gulf of St. Lawrence will probably be filed away as one to forget. The 2018 season was delayed in opening by the presence of heavy ice in the bays and...

No Dead  Whales in the Gulf — Now What? No Dead Whales in the Gulf — Now What?
Twine Loft

The Twine Loft - February 2019

Passed On: Bruce Wareham – Arnold’s Cove, N.L. Founder and Chairman Icewater Group of Companies

Wareham, 75, passed away on January 4 after a brief battle with cancer. He was a long-time senior executive with National Sea Products Ltd./High Liner...

The Twine Loft - February 2019 The Twine Loft - February 2019
News, On The Waterfront

On the Waterfront - February 2019

Crew Safe After Dumping Day Vessel Sinking

The opening day of lobster season unfortunately did not go without incident. The four-person crew of the Charlene A. escaped injury after the lobster boat sank on dumping day in early December. The crew...

On the Waterfront - February 2019 On the Waterfront - February 2019
Fisheries Forum, Opinion

Time for Commercial Cod Fishery to be Opened

The fish in the photo I provided have spawned many times causing millions of eggs to be distributed in the ocean leading to perhaps millions of cod like this in the spawning biomass. So, the question needs to be asked...

Time for Commercial Cod Fishery to be Opened Time for Commercial Cod Fishery to be Opened
Featured

Experimental Redfish Fishery ‘Too Much, Too Soon’

Concerns are being expressed that an experimental 2,500-tonne redfish fishery underway in the Gulf of St. Lawrence is “too much, too soon” for the Unit 1 stock that is showing positive growth. ...

Possibility for a Busy 2019 Ice Season

Navigating the ice-filled water of Atlantic Canada is no easy task. However, keeping the shipping lanes open to commercial and fishing traffic is not exactly a walk in the park either. One of ...
Latest in News

On the Waterfront - February 2019

Crew Safe After Dumping Day Vessel Sinking The opening day of lobster season unfortunately did not go without incident. The four-person crew of the Charlene A. escaped injury after the lobster ...

Moratorium Continues on New Fish Buying, Processing Licenses in N.S.

An ongoing licensing policy review by the Nova Scotia Department of Aquaculture and Fisheries is expected to keep the freeze on the issuance of new licences for fish buying and processing in the ...
Latest Articles

Major Commercial Fishing Expo Opens in Yarmouth This Week; Hall of Fame Inductees Announced

One of Canada’s longest-running, most successful commercial fishing shows returns to the Yarmouth Mariners Centre in just a few days. The Eastern Canadian Fisheries Exposition, held every two ...

Latest Facebook Posts

Latest tweets

Latest Youtube Video