Opinion

Are Right Whales Impacting Consumer Lobster Purchases?

As a few innovative Nova Scotia companies forge ahead with efforts to develop new ropeless fishing technologies, the presence of right whales...

Is Increasing Underwater Noise Impacting Lobster Stocks?

What did the ocean say to the lobster? Nothing, it just waved. Okay, that little pun...

The European Green Crab: Eradication Might Not Be the Answer

Last summer, a story in the Atlantic Fisherman outlined the ongoing efforts to control the spread of the invasive and destructive European...

Are Hurricanes Really Getting Worse?

As the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season (June 1–November 30) has kicked off for another year, there is a lot of fear that...

A New Use for Old Boats

For centuries, wooden fishing boats plied the rich waters off southwest Nova Scotia. As a result, there is a...

A Good Luck Story

On Tuesday, March 2, 2021, a mayday was sent out from the M.V. Atlantic Destiny, with a crew of 32 on board,...

Could Less Actually be More?

While the lobster fishery remains sustainable and in good shape in this region of the North Atlantic, the same unfortunately cannot be...

Are Lobsters Tougher Than We Thought?

As everyone is well aware, the lobster industry, both here and south of the border, is a business worth in the billions...

Good Fishing Practices Lead to Good Fishing

Overfishing continues to be one of the major problems facing many commercial fisheries around the world. Despite the efforts...

Glimmer at End of the Pandemic Tunnel

It is no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic has shaken the global seafood industry to its core. Traditionally, Atlantic...
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