“We Lost Our Admiral, But We Are Staying On Course”
Fishing Industry Reflects on Life and Impact of Christian Brun
Michel Richard’s voice was filled with emotion and pride as he spoke about Christian Brun, the executive director of the Maritime Fishermen’s Union.
Brun, 46, was killed in a head-on collision in Miramichi, N.B., Dec. 5, 2016, leaving a void in both Richard’s personal and professional life.
In the weeks since his death, the organization has been moving forward, continuing with the work started under Brun’s leadershi...
P.E.I. Fishing Industry Mourns Loss of Tony Carter
On September 22, Prince Edward Island lost an important and universally respected leader in the province’s fishery.
Tony Carter, a fisherman out of Red Head Harbour in Morell, was just 47 when he died suddenly. Tony was an active volunteer in the fishery for almost 15 years. He was the president of the Eastern Kings Fishermen’s Association (EKFA), a member of the board of directors of the PEI Fishermen’s Association and a long-standing member of both the LFA 24 Lobster Advisory ...
A Life Forging Ahead on Sea and Land
Above photo: The Merasheen Venture is currently fished by the Forseys. It was purchased by Max Forsey as a temporary boat while he searched for a larger vessel. Submitted photo.
Newfoundland Fisherman Maxwell Forsey Passed Away in August, Aged 65
On a wall in Travis Forsey’s shed in Fortune are photos of the fishing vessels his father, Maxwell (Max) Forsey had fished on or had bought over the years while running his fishing enterprise.
There are photos of Max Forsey and his ...