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N.S. Seafood Alliance Nears Goal of 100 Members

The Nova Scotia Seafood Alliance (NSSA) is nearing a goal set 16 months ago to recruit 100 members to the umbrella organization that represents...

Concerns Growing Over Aging Wharf Infrastructure

Aging wharf infrastructure that might not be able to stand many more poundings from storm surges and rising sea levels and were not built...

Industry Briefs – June 2018

Cape Breton Fishing Accident Claims Two Lives Two Port Hood lobster fishermen died May 12 after their fishing boat capsized off the coast of nearby...

U.S.-China Trade Dispute Could Be a Gift for N.S. Lobster Industry

It appears the Donald Trump-led United States government has a talent of late for picking fights with its once valuable trading partners. While the North...

Lobster Season Ends in Southwest Nova

The pots are now ashore in lobster fishing areas (LFA) 33 and 34. This marks the end of a season where the weather has hampered...

Quite a Voyage: LFA 33 Lobster Trap Tag Ends Up in The Bahamas

If lobster trap tags could talk, the one found on Tar Bay Beach on Great Exuma Island in the Bahamas would have a whopper...

Lobster Fishermen Express Frustration with Proposed Hail Out Policy

Members of the Southwest Lobster Science Society (SWLSS) say they are “frustrated and disappointed with the lack of direction, miscommunication and overall support from...

“No Pipe in the Strait”

The Gulf Nova Scotia Fleet Planning Board, the Maritime Fishermen’s Union and the Prince Edward Island Fishermen’s Association, with the support of the New...

Industry Briefs – May 2018

Five Nations Clam Company Announces Partners There was much speculation following the Feb. 21 announcement that the newly-created Five Nations Clam Company would be receiving...
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