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N.L. Snow Crab Landings Fall to 1996 Levels

Japan Cuts Purchases and Prices Spike 30 Per Cent

Canadian snow crab prices are now 30 per cent higher than last year, as the Newfoundland season is done, with the exception of a couple of fishing areas outside of 200...

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On the Waterfront — September 2016

OCT Transfers Port Union Plant to Town

The shuttered Ocean Choice International (OCI) fish plant in Port Union, Newfoundland has been handed over to the Municipality of Trinity Bay North. The plant was closed in 2010 after being severely damaged by...

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Passed On: Norman Randall – Englee, N.L. Fisherman

Randall, 83, passed away on July 14, 2016 at the John M Gray Centre in St. Anthony at the age of 83 years. He was born on October 7, 1932 to the...

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Action on Illegal Fishing

While much of the fishing industry in this region has been fixated on LIFO and CETA as of late, on June 5 of this year, the PSMA was made legally binding around the world, with little mention or fanfare...

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Potentially Unique Strain of DNA Discovered in Eastern P.E.I. Atlantic Salmon

There’s something very old and potentially unique swimming around some of the rivers in eastern Prince Edward Island. This is why Scott Roloson, a PhD candidate with the Canadian Rivers...

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Lobster Processing Revival in South Western Nova Scotia

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On the Waterfront — September 2016

OCT Transfers Port Union Plant to Town The shuttered Ocean Choice International (OCI) fish plant in Port Union, Newfoundland has been handed over to the Municipality of Trinity Bay North. The ...

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Passed On: Norman Randall – Englee, N.L. Fisherman Randall, 83, passed away on July 14, 2016 at the John M Gray Centre in St. Anthony at the age of 83 years. He was born on October 7, 1932 to the ...
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N.L. Snow Crab Landings Fall to 1996 Levels

Japan Cuts Purchases and Prices Spike 30 Per Cent Canadian snow crab prices are now 30 per cent higher than last year, as the Newfoundland season is done, with the exception of a couple of fishing ...

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