Editor's Notebook, Editorial

Will the Fishery be a Top-Tier Government Priority?

As our thoughts begin to turn to that most festive of giving seasons, the last thing anyone wants to read right now is yet another post-federal election analysis. Enough already you might be screaming at this moment, if you have...

Will the Fishery be a Top-Tier Government Priority? Will the Fishery be a Top-Tier Government Priority?
News, Twine Loft

The Twine Loft - December 2019

Passed On: Russell O’Connell – Upper Clyde, N.S. fish plant worker

O’Connell, 81, passed away on October 24. He was born in East Baccaro, August 5, 1938, to parents, Russell and Bertha (Smith) O’Connell. He was a hard worker and...

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News, On The Waterfront

On the Waterfront - December 2019

Marine Industry to be Showcased at Moncton Trade Show

Atlantic Canada’s all-encompassing commercial marine event, Fish Canada Workboat Canada, is charting its course for Moncton this January 24 and 25. For those who make their living on, in and around the...

On the Waterfront - December 2019
Fisheries Forum, Opinion

Murky Waters Surround MPAs

After the Deepwater Horizon disaster, I dedicated five years of my life to fighting against the development of Old Harry, a hydrocarbon reserve midway between Newfoundland and the Magdalen Islands. Recently, I have had to re-engage on a separate, but...

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Fisheries Forum, Opinion

We Need to Protect our Seafood Farmers

As a proud Newfoundlander and Labradorian, I can sit in silence no more and watch an industry pioneered by scientists and dedicated farmers of the sea since the 1970s be slowly eroded and destroyed by foreign interest groups such...

We Need to Protect our Seafood Farmers We Need to Protect our Seafood Farmers
Featured

New Study Outlines Good News for Future SW Nova Lobster Habitat

Above: Lonnie Snow photo Overall projected changes in offshore lobster habitat for the region, as a whole, appear to be positive. However, changes in resource management need to be consid...

Santa Trades in Sleigh for the Wheelhouse

If you happen to be on the West Head wharf on Cape Sable Island this December, don’t be surprised if you see Santa Claus coming in from lobster fishing. For the past three years, Kevin Ross, ...
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Will the Fishery be a Top-Tier Government Priority?

As our thoughts begin to turn to that most festive of giving seasons, the last thing anyone wants to read right now is yet another post-federal election analysis. Enough already you might be ...

The Twine Loft - December 2019

Passed On: Russell O’Connell – Upper Clyde, N.S. fish plant worker O’Connell, 81, passed away on October 24. He was born in East Baccaro, August 5, 1938, to parents, Russell and Bertha (Smith) ...
Final Voyages

The Final Final

This is Final Voyages #264 — the last of a 22-year series that began in the first Navigator Magazine in November 1997. When I pitched the idea of writing a monthly article called Final Voyages ...

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