Column, Editor's Notebook, Editorial

Welcome to the New Normal

“People often ask when the world will return to its normal days. Don’t wait for normal days. Assume that abnormal days are normal days. Today’s abnormal normal is now our new normal.” Mehmet Murat Ildan (Turkish playwright and author)   Last...

Welcome to the New Normal Welcome to the New Normal
Column, Twine Loft

The Twine Loft - June 2020

Passed On: Charles Pearcey – St. John’s, N.L. fisherman

Pearcey, 82, passed away on April 18. Born on April 26, 1937 in St. John’s, he was the eldest son of the late James and Ethel Pearcey of the Outer Battery....

The Twine Loft - June 2020 The Twine Loft - June 2020
Column, News, On The Waterfront

On the Waterfront - June 2020

ISA Outbreak at Northern Harvest Smolt Facility

Northern Harvest Smolt Limited (NHSL) recently announced that the suspect detection of infectious salmon anemia (ISA) at its hatchery located in Stephenville, N.L. has been confirmed. Follow-up sampling at the facility identified eight fish...

On the Waterfront - June 2020 On the Waterfront - June 2020
Column, Fisheries Forum

Should There be a Fishery in Newfoundland and Labrador This Year?

The fishery is part of the food chain, the very essence of life. We have a lot of people in this world who are starving to death and any interruptions in the food chain will only make things worse. Food...

Should There be a Fishery in Newfoundland and Labrador This Year? Should There be a Fishery in Newfoundland and Labrador This Year?
Column, Commentary

Work Together or Hang Separately, it is That Simple

Above: Lonnie Snow photo   Two qualities that give the seafood industry its unique character are being made up of a multitude of diverse companies of all sizes and having an immense diversity of species and products. In the U.S. meat industry,...

Work Together or Hang Separately, it is That Simple Work Together or Hang Separately, it is That Simple
Featured

Sea of Uncertainty as P.E.I. Lobster Fishery Opens

Lobster fishermen on Prince Edward Island were facing a sea of uncertainty as they readied to start their spring season. With the opening delayed until May 15 for lobster fishing areas (LFAs) 23, ...

Supply and Demand Imbalance Could Cause Long-Term Damage to Sector

The Lobster Council of Canada (LCC) is worried that 96-million pounds of lobster could be stranded without a home by the end of 2020. The LCC is “concerned that the predicted imbalance of supply ...
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Welcome to the New Normal

“People often ask when the world will return to its normal days. Don’t wait for normal days. Assume that abnormal days are normal days. Today’s abnormal normal is now our new normal.” ...

The Twine Loft - June 2020

Passed On: Charles Pearcey – St. John’s, N.L. fisherman Pearcey, 82, passed away on April 18. Born on April 26, 1937 in St. John’s, he was the eldest son of the late James and Ethel Pearcey of ...
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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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