Industry

Shore Price Hits $13 in LFAs 33, 34

Lobster fishermen in lobster fishing areas (LFA) 33 and 34 were fetching $13/pound for their catch in late February.

UFCA Seeking Intervenor Status in Moderate Livelihood Fishery Court Case

The Unified Fisheries Conservation Alliance (UFCA), an alliance of commercial fishery stakeholders, intends to seek intervenor status in Sipekne’katik First Nation’s case...

Applications Opening for Round Two of Fish Harvester Benefit Program

The second round of applications for the Fish Harvester Benefit program is expected to start in April and must be made by...

Date Change for Major Commercial Fishing Expo

Canada’s longest-running, most successful commercial fishing show is being postponed. The Eastern Canadian Fisheries Exposition traditionally takes place around...

LFA 33, 34 Seasons Continue on an Even Keel

It has been steady as she goes for the first two months of the southwest Nova fishery in lobster fishing areas (LFA)...

Interim Report Attempting to Find a Way Forward in Pursuit of a Moderate Livelihood...

“Establishing trust and respect is an important first step” for implementing the right to fish in pursuit of a moderate livelihood, said...

Nova Scotia Seafood Exports Still Strong Despite COVID-19

Minister Confident Industry is up to the Task to Overcome 2021 Challenges In spite of the impact COVID-19...

Still No Resolution in Lobster Fishing Dispute

As 2020 is drawing to a close, there is still no sign of resolve in the moderate livelihood lobster fishing dispute in...

Shareholders Voting on $1-Billion Clearwater Deal in January

Shareholders will be voting at a special meeting in January on the $1-billion sale of Clearwater Seafoods to FNC Holdings Limited Partnership...

No Resolution in Moderate Livelihood Fishery Dispute

Confusion continues to reign supreme since a self-regulated moderate livelihood lobster fishery was initiated this fall by First Nations in Nova Scotia.
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