The More Things Change, the More They Remain the Same
The announcement recently that the Grand Bank surf clam fishery is going to be downgraded because the federal Minister of Fisheries Dominic LeBlanc decided to take quota away from Newfoundland and Labrador and give to the Indigenous people of other provinces should not be a surprise.
Remember Gail Shea? They all do it. It makes for great politics and there is nothing we can do about it.
We found out approximately 27 years ago what Minister Gerry Byrne announced a few weeks ago.
Clearwater Increases Investment Arctic Surf Clam Fishery
Ian Smith, CEO of Clearwater Seafoods Inc. today announced more than $5 million in new investments in Clearwater's market-leading Arctic surf clam fishery.
The investments in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia and Grand Bank, Newfoundland will add new jobs, processing capacity and spur continued sustainable growth of the fishery.
“Today's investment is good news for local jobs, domestic seafood processing capacity and those looking for the very finest wild-caught surf clams from Atlantic Canada,” ...
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 ...