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Contract Awarded for Survey of the Manolis L

An assessment to be conducted this summer of the MV Manolis L, a shipwreck in Notre Dame Bay off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador, will inform the development of Canadian Coast Guard plans for the recovery of the...

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Another Season in the Bag

Craig Avery has been fishing lobsters on Prince Edward Island for 40 years and he’s never seen prices as high as they were this season. Avery, who is also president of the P.E.I Fishermen’s Association and other LFA 24 and...

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Britain’s Divorce From the EU Could Have Negative Repercussions in the Maritimes

The decision by Great Britain to divorce itself from the European Union (EU) will have far-reaching effects not only in Europe, but on this side of the Big...

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For Nova Scotia it’s Déjà vu All Over Again

The latest brouhaha between fishermen in Newfoundland and Labrador and Nova Scotia is over shrimp quota allocations. So what else is new? Years ago, I remember discussing various fisheries topics with the then-federal Fisheries Minister Romeo LeBlanc. At one point I...

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LIFO Out, But Uneasiness Remains in Shrimp Fishery

SFA 6 Quota Cut by 42 Per Cent – Inshore Harvesters Get 70 Per Cent

The LIFO policy may be out but inshore fishermen in Newfoundland and Labrador who fought to maintain a right to fish Northern shrimp were not...

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Britain’s Divorce From the EU Could Have Negative Repercussions in the Maritimes The decision by Great Britain to divorce itself from the European Union (EU) will have far-reaching effects not ...

LIFO Out, But Uneasiness Remains in Shrimp Fishery

SFA 6 Quota Cut by 42 Per Cent – Inshore Harvesters Get 70 Per Cent The LIFO policy may be out but inshore fishermen in Newfoundland and Labrador who fought to maintain a right to fish Northern ...
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Contract Awarded for Survey of the Manolis L

An assessment to be conducted this summer of the MV Manolis L, a shipwreck in Notre Dame Bay off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador, will inform the development of Canadian Coast Guard plans for ...

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Craig Avery has been fishing lobsters on Prince Edward Island for 40 years and he’s never seen prices as high as they were this season. Avery, who is also president of the P.E.I Fishermen’s ...
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Contract Awarded for Survey of the Manolis L

An assessment to be conducted this summer of the MV Manolis L, a shipwreck in Notre Dame Bay off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador, will inform the development of Canadian Coast Guard plans for ...

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