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Organization and Lobbyists Could Be Solution to Industry Woes

When the late U.S. President Lyndon Johnson appointed a person into his inner circle, who at times had publicly disagreed with his policies, he justified his decision by saying he’d rather have the guy inside the tent peeing out...

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Negative Reaction to Lobster Industry Observer Program

A recent meeting conducted by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) on a proposed Nova Scotia lobster observer program drew a mixed reaction. The Lockeport meeting was held in June and was meant for organized groups of lobster harvesters...

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A Hard Year For Ice: Plant Workers Included in Federal Compensation Plan

Newfoundland and Labrador is no stranger to ice floes, but even the most seasoned marine veteran will tell you that the 2017 season has been unprecedented. Almost daily northeasterly gales blasted the province’s east coast all spring, leading to unusually...

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Cod — Building the Fishery of the Future

The Canadian Centre for Fisheries Innovation will be holding a conference on the theme Cod —Building the Fishery of the Future at the Quality Hotel and Suites in Gander on November 22 and 23, 2017. We are holding the conference...

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Canadian Scientists Call for Additional MPA Improvements

The following letter was addressed to Dominic LeBlanc, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard and Catherine McKenna, Minister of Environment and Climate Change. We, the undersigned Canadian marine scientists, urge the Government of Canada to increase the...

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A Hard Year For Ice: Plant Workers Included in Federal Compensation Plan

Newfoundland and Labrador is no stranger to ice floes, but even the most seasoned marine veteran will tell you that the 2017 season has been unprecedented. Almost daily northeasterly gales blasted ...

Troubled Lobster Season Wraps Up in SW Nova

The lobster fishing industry in the south western end of Nova Scotia has been going through heady and profitable times during the past decade. While prices still mimicked those paid 30 years ago, ...
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Negative Reaction to Lobster Industry Observer Program

A recent meeting conducted by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) on a proposed Nova Scotia lobster observer program drew a mixed reaction. The Lockeport meeting was held in June and was ...

On the Waterfront - August 2017

Polar Prince on Epic Voyage A St. John’s-based Canadian icebreaker is on an epic voyage of discovery across the Arctic to celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary. The Canada C3 ship, the Polar ...
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When the late U.S. President Lyndon Johnson appointed a person into his inner circle, who at times had publicly disagreed with his policies, he justified his decision by saying he’d rather have the ...

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