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Salmon Poaching Incidents Lead to Significant Fines

Investigations by Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Officers in the central region of Newfoundland have resulted in two recent convictions related to illegal salmon fishing. On January 18 at Provincial Court in Gander, Anthony Melendy of Lumsden was fined $2,500 for...

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2016 Personal Use Seal Licence Information Session

DFO advises that there will be Seal Information Session for new applicants requesting Personal Use Seal licences at the following location: Wednesday, February 10th at St. Christopher’s Hotel, 146 Caribou Rd, Channel-Port aux Basques, NL. Session will commence at 7...

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Milestone Edition for Newfoundland Commercial Marine Event

The North Atlantic Fish & Workboat Show returns to the Mile One Centre in St. John’s, Newfoundland this fall. Taking place November 18-19, 2016, the show will be celebrating a special anniversary: its 5th edition. Presented by The Navigator and produced...

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Update on Fogo Island – Change Islands Ferry Service

The Department of Transportation and Works advises that the MV Capt. Earl W. Winsor began providing passenger and vehicle service to travellers to Fogo Island and Change Islands at approximately 7 a.m. today (Wednesday, February 3), while repairs to...

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Our Cultural Values are Being Eroded

We Newfoundland fish harvesters are good people, fiercely independent, modest and hospitable. Our fishing and sealing industries mean a lot to us. We never looked to government or wanted the Canadian government to be a big brother to us —...

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Minister Exploring Options to Meet Sub-Centre Commitment: Former Rescue Co-ordinator Hopes Marine Rescue Facility Will be Back in Operation by Spring

The man who publicly led the fight against the 2012 closure of the Canadian Coast Guard Marine Rescue sub-centre in St. John's says there's no reason the centre can't be re-opened by this spring, now ...

Once a Farmer at Heart, Man Builds Family Fishing Enterprise

Pictured above: Members of the Ellis family: Kathyrn, Carolyn, Diane and Stephen. Stephen Ellis had planned to be a farmer. The youngest of 10, he wanted to farm the land that had been in ...
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Salmon Poaching Incidents Lead to Significant Fines

Investigations by Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Officers in the central region of Newfoundland have resulted in two recent convictions related to illegal salmon fishing. On January 18 at Provinc...

2016 Personal Use Seal Licence Information Session

DFO advises that there will be Seal Information Session for new applicants requesting Personal Use Seal licences at the following location: Wednesday, February 10th at St. Christopher’s Hotel, 146 ...
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