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On the Waterfront – August 2021

Atlantic Provinces Sign New Aquaculture MOU The four Atlantic provinces recently signed a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the ongoing development and management of their industries, based on common principles. This extends the previous MOU signed in 2008. In a joint press release, the four principal governments said that aquaculture is an important economic driver for rural, coastal and Indigenous communities and Atlantic Canada is well positioned to increase aquaculture ...

Remembering Harold Small

I got to know Harold Small (Feb. 13, 1936 – May 17, 2021) when the Baie Verte Development Association and the Green Bay Economic Development Association got together to plan some sort of response to Greenpeace which was trying to destroy our seal industry. With the help of Memorial University, we were able to get some assistance to help plan and organize what turned out to later be the Canadian Sealers Association. After about a year that was put in place, I became first treasurer of ...

The Twine Loft – August 2021

Passed On: Alexander Feltham – Glovertown, N.L. fisherman Feltham, 73, tragically passed away on June 1 as a result of a boating accident on Rocky Pond near Gambo. He was born in Glovertown on April 14, 1948 to the late Millicent and Reuben Feltham. He worked as a teacher, with the Department of Forestry and then went on to become a fisherman. He continued fishing until he retired in 2016. Passed On: Guy Batstone – Jackson’s Cove, N.L. fisherman Batstone, 93, passed away on May ...

The Growing Potential of Seaweed

With the passing of the Cannabis Act (C-45) in June, 2018 paving the way to the legalization of marijuana-related products in Canada on October 17, 2018, weed has become big business. It was estimated that last year, the total cannabis market in Canada, including medical and recreational products, was expected to generate up to $7 billion in sales in 2020 with $2 to $4 billion coming from the legal recreational market. Those are some sizeable weed-related dollars. But is there a more ...