CPTPP: New Trade Deal Should Expand Seafood Markets
For the Atlantic Canadian fishery, at least on the international export front, one might argue that the future is taking one good turn after another.
It was only back on September 21 of last year that the much-awaited Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) provisionally came into effect — meaning after years and years of negotiations, trade barriers are now reduced for virtually every sector and Canadian companies will have access to EU’s $22-trillion ...
A Chronology of the Atlantic Canadian Marine Industries
There is a saying that the only constant in life is change itself.
Nowhere is this adage more prevalent than in the modern Atlantic Canadian fishery. The last two decades have seen enormous change, upheaval, triumphs, failures and tragedy in this centuries-old industry and The Navigator has been there to cover, interpret and explain these ongoing changes.
All one has to do is look at a simple 20-year chronology The Navigator to witness the enormous flux and transitions that have taken ...