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Spring Landings Down in SW Nova Lobster Fishery

The spring lobster fishery in southwestern Nova Scotia “hasn’t been much” says Bernie Berry, president of the Coldwater Lobster Association. 

Life as We Know it is Anything but Normal

At this time of the year in Southwest Nova Scotia, harvesters have an extra spring in their step as the weather and...

Supply and Demand Imbalance Could Cause Long-Term Damage to Sector

The Lobster Council of Canada (LCC) is worried that 96-million pounds of lobster could be stranded without a home by the end...

Cermaq Bids Farewell to Nova Scotia

Aquaculture giant Cermaq Canada has bid farewell to Nova Scotia, recently letting all options to lease sites, awarded by the provincial government,...

COVID-19 Creating Uncertainty for Spring Lobster Fishery

To go or not to go is the question that has been on the minds of many lobster fishermen in Atlantic Canada...

The Fishing Industry is Essential

It would be the understatement of the year, if not the century, to say we now find ourselves in uncertain times.

Seafood Sector Must be Included as an Essential Service

The following letter was addressed to Bill Blair, Federal Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness. On behalf of...

Outlook Bleak for Southern Gulf Spring Herring Stock

The outlook is bleak for the spring spawning herring stock in the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence, with the most recent stock...

Quality, Marketing and Whales Discussed at Lobster Town Meeting

The need and benefits for best practice lobster handling throughout the supply chain was one of the main action items identified by...

Gear Innovation Summit Explores Options for Whale-Safe Fishing Gear

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...
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