Moncton Hosts Nation’s Largest Commercial Marine Trade Event This Week
Fish Canada Workboat Canada, the nation’s largest commercial marine event, is taking over the Moncton Coliseum complex this Friday and Saturday, January 24 and 25. Presented in partnership with the Navigator Magazine, the show highlights the importance of fishing and related sectors throughout Atlantic Canada and brings together thousands of visitors every two years.
“We’re bracing for a potentially record-breaking edition,” says Shawn Murphy, Show Manager. “It’s a completely ...
Marine Industry to Be Showcased at Moncton Trade Show This January
Atlantic Canada’s all-encompassing commercial marine event, Fish Canada Workboat Canada, is charting its course for Moncton this January 24 and 25.
For those who make their living on, in, and around the water, along with businesses who provide the related products and services to keep Atlantic Canada’s marine industries running, the event takes over the Moncton Coliseum Complex as Canada’s largest commercial marine trade show. The two days provide a key opportunity for members of the ...
Defying the Odds — Part II
Last month we introduced you to boat builder Val Cull from Port Saunders on Newfoundland’s northwest coast. A very interesting man who started from humble beginnings, Val was self-taught in the art of wooden boat building and later learned the skills of fibreglass construction. He was best known during most of his career for his repair and vessel maintenance skills and more recently made a name for himself as the builder of some of the largest privately owned fishing vessels ever built in ...
Staying the Corporate Philosophy Course
Adlai Cunningham is a tall, fit man who is a self-confessed sports nut.
He is also modest and appears a little uncomfortable talking about himself, even though he is an accomplished man, both in his professional and personal lives.
Adlai is CEO and co-owner, with his brother Fenton, of Sea Star Seafoods in Clark’s Harbour, Nova Scotia. Sea Star is a little different than most Nova Scotia fish companies — they don’t process lobster as do the vast majority of fish operations in the ...
Attendance Up at Eastern Canadian Fisheries Exposition
Three new N.S. inductees welcomed into The Atlantic Canadian Marine Industries Hall of Fame
Last month, the Mariners Centre in Yarmouth once again welcomed the Eastern Canadian Fisheries Exposition.
Held every two years in southwestern Nova Scotia, this is Canada’s longest-running commercial fishing show.
With exhibitors and attendees from throughout Atlantic Canada — as well as across the country and even the Eastern United States — the current strength of the industry was ...