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Moderate Livelihood Fishery Dispute Headed to Court

Although a lot has happened, fundamentally not much has changed in the past year since First Nations in Nova Scotia have sought...

Optimism Surrounding Opening of LFA 35 Fishery

A solid shore price and a quality catch are expected when the lobster fishing area (LFA) 35 fishery opens on Oct. 14...

Labour Challenges Persist for N.S. Seafood Processors

An aging workforce, the ability to fill entry-level positions and COVID-19 have seafood processors in Nova Scotia looking for creative ways to...

Cross-Sector Project to Collect Fishing Industry Labour Data

The Nova Scotia Boatbuilders Association and the Nova Scotia Fisheries Sector Council are among the 14 sector council members of the Association...

Aquaculture Lease Boundary Amendments Result of New Provincial Regulations

Kelly Cove Salmon Ltd. is going through the process of amending the boundaries at four of its salmon farm sites in Nova...

Air Cargo Logistics Park Nearing Completion at Halifax International

The Air Cargo Logistics Park at the Halifax Stanfield International Airport is expected to be fully open for operations by the end...

Land-Based Salmon Hatchery in Digby County Next Big Project for Kelly Cove

The development of a new land-based salmon hatchery near Centreville on Digby Neck is the next big project on the books in...

TriNav Marine Design Selected as Hull Design Efficiency Challenge Winner

For generations, Atlantic Canadians have proven themselves to be some of the most innovative fishing boat designers and builders in the world.

Moderate Livelihood Fishery Waters Remain Murky

While reports have been filed and a newly minted Lobster Science Partnership Roundtable held, the stand-off continues for some First Nations and...

Georges Bank Moratorium Up for Renewal

With the Georges Bank moratorium set to expire on Dec. 31, 2022, a review process that examines the environmental and socio-economic impacts...
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