The Navigator Magazine: Chronicling Atlantic Canada’s Fishing Industry
As you might have noticed from the cover of this magazine, The Navigator is celebrating 20 years of being the authoritative source of trusted, accurate and reliable information on the fishing and marine industries in Atlantic Canada.
Being such an important source of information, not to mention a chronology (See feature on page 54) of the fishing industry, is something The Navigator takes very seriously. Over the last two decades, this magazine has established itself as the go-to read for ...
The Navigator: Charting A Course for the Future
In this age of virtually countless and questionable news and information sources, The Navigator Magazine is more relevant than ever.
Not too long ago, if information appeared in print, or online in more recent years, it was pretty much assumed that the reader could trust its accuracy. Unfortunately, that is no longer the case. In this ever-changing, 24-hour news cycle, anyone in almost ever corner of the world can post information, leaving it up to the overwhelmed reader to determine its ...
On the Waterfront – November 2017
DFO collaborating with National Indigenous Fisheries Institute for Program Review
Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard Minister Dominic LeBlanc announced October 4 that DFO is working together with the National Indigenous Fisheries Institute to review Indigenous programs and develop a joint vision for the future of these programs that support Indigenous participation in fisheries, aquaculture and the management of aquatic habitat and resources.
The National Indigenous Fisheries ...
N.S. Government Helps Seafood Processors Promote Employment Growth
The Provincial Government is supporting Nova Scotia's seafood processing industry by unveiling educational tools to highlight and promote the industry and encourage employment growth.
Fisheries Minister Keith Colwell was joined by members of the industry July 12, at Ka'Le Bay Seafoods, a division of Louisbourg Seafoods Ltd., in Glace Bay.
The tools feature employees of Louisbourg Seafoods in videos to help tell the story of today's seafood processing industry in Nova Scotia. Three other ...