A Nova Scotia revised regulatory framework for the licensing
of fish buying and processing is advancing forward.
“We’re making good...
For the majority of people in Southwest Nova Scotia, New
Year’s Day was celebrated on January 1 and the party hats and noisemakers...
With four years to go and lots of funding still available,
the Nova Scotia Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture has been busy raising
Construction is expected to start this spring on a new
$14.25-million, 43,580-square-foot seafood production facility in the Digby
The appointment of South Shore-St. Margaret’s Member of
Parliament Bernadette Jordan as the new federal Minister of Fisheries and
Oceans and the Canadian Coast...
Despite the federal government softening some of its North
Atlantic right whale protection measures earlier in 2019, fishermen in this
region still have good...
Industry advances were on display at the Ropeless Consortium
meeting at the University of Southern Maine in Portland last fall.
With the exception of a slight increase of 42 metric tonnes
for yellowtail flounder, it’s status quo for groundfish quotas on Georges Bank
Overall projected changes in offshore lobster habitat for
the region, as a whole, appear to be positive.
However, changes in...
After the Deepwater Horizon disaster, I dedicated
five years of my life to fighting against the development of Old Harry, a
hydrocarbon reserve midway...
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