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Landmark Reconciliation Agreement Reached in the Arctic Surf Clam Fishery

Fourteen First Nations Announce Landmark Agreement with Clearwater on Arctic Surf Clam A total of 14 First Nations communities in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador and Clearwater Seafoods Incorporated announced they have reached a landmark agreement to the benefit of all parties. The agreement forges a 50-year partnership that protects existing jobs in the Arctic surf clam fishery while creating meaningful economic, employment and capacity building for the fourteen First Nations ...

Clearwater Announces Further Investment For Grand Bank Seafoods During 25th Anniversary Celebrations

Grand Bank Seafoods, a division of Clearwater Seafoods, celebrated 25 years as an innovation leader in Canada’s clam industry with a new investment in a prime cut line to support growth of the business in Europe and North America. Grand Bank Seafoods is located in the town of Grand Bank, Newfoundland and Labrador, producing Arctic surf, northern propeller and cockle clams. Clearwater acquired Grand Bank Seafoods’ Arctic surf clam operation in 1991. Since then, Clearwater has invested ...

Clearwater Unveils Latest Addition to Clam Fleet

Clearwater Seafoods recently welcomed the Belle Carnell into its fleet of clam vessels in St. John’s. “The Belle Carnell represents the single-largest vessel investment in Clearwater’s history and is a testament to our dedication to the fishery, the region and sustainable seafood excellence,” said Ian Smith, CEO, Clearwater Seafoods. “This vessel will positively impact the economy across Atlantic Canada, creating 70 new well-paying, year-round jobs in our fleet and grow our 52-week ...

Clearwater Unveils Latest Addition to Clam Fleet

Clearwater Seafoods welcomed the Belle Carnell into its fleet of clam vessels today in St. John's. "The Belle Carnell represents the single-largest vessel investment in Clearwater's history and is a testament to our dedication to the fishery, the region and sustainable seafood excellence," said Ian Smith, CEO, Clearwater Seafoods. "This vessel will positively impact the economy across Atlantic Canada, creating 70 new well-paying, year-round jobs in our fleet and grow our 52-week process...

Clamming Up

P.E.I. couple trying to build homegrown clam industry from the sandbar up Oysters, mussels and lobsters are pretty much the holy trinity of seafood on P.E.I. Mention seafood from this province to anyone in the industry and these are the species that will come to mind. But David and Carla Annand of Freeland are looking to add a fourth species to that list — clams. More specifically, Atlantic bar clams, also known as surf clams in the U.S. They’ve started their own small-scale ...