Exploring options for whale-safe fishing gear and finding
innovative ways to prevent, retrieve and recycle lost or discarded fishing gear
was the focus of...
In recent weeks, there’s been a lot of talk about
aquaculture and Nova Scotians deserve to have their questions answered.
A lot of people in the seafood industry are thinking about
the coronavirus, now called COVID-19.
The major impact...
The loss of the Chinese market for live lobster due to the
coronavirus this winter has caused major losses for the seafood industry...
Lobster fishing boats in lobster fishing areas (LFAs) 33 and
34 will soon be back at it in earnest for the final three...
Over the last few years, the increased presence of whales,
notably North Atlantic right whales, has risen to be one of the major...
Gear Marking Rules for Fixed Gear Fisheries Rolled Out
As announced in February 2019, Fisheries and Oceans Canada
I would like to commend the Navigator Magazine for
its editorial, “Is Federal MPA Plan Too Aggressive and Short-Sighted,” in the
Boatyards throughout the Maritimes are being kept busy with
new boat construction, as well as refit, repair and service work.
A Nova Scotia revised regulatory framework for the licensing
of fish buying and processing is advancing forward.
“We’re making good...
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