The Fisheries Broadcast
with Jamie Baker
Thursday March 6, 2014
What would it take to turn the fishery into a true, black-ink driven business?
Wednesday March 5, 2014
There's always been quabbles with how fish resources are managed. Well now some folks are saying that process could raise human rights issues. We'll find out what that's all about.
Tuesday March 4, 2014
Federal fisheries minister Gail Shea will be here to talk about a few issues, including the end of controlling agreements.
Monday March 3, 2014
After a year in which cod couldn't be sold in this province, fishermen on the south coast have decided to take matters in their own hands. They are united, and they are organized.
Friday February 28, 2014
A journalist on the other side of the pond is looking for information about a ghost ship that showed up in Trinity Bay 130 years ago. Tonight we'll have the story of the ill fated vessel, Resolven, and her crew.
Wednesday February 26, 2014
Lots of issues in the groundfishery these days from the situation at Icewater to the ongoing challenges for cod harvesters. Tonight we'll sit down with the provincial minister to get the latest on a few of those fronts.
Tuesday February 25, 2014
Discussion continues about CETA and the fisheries fund. Do we really know enough about it all?
Monday February 24, 2014
Friday February 21, 2014
Tonight we'll talk about the history of the Newfoundland seal hunt up to 1950, as viewed through the lens of a new book that tells the story in the sealers' own words.
Thursday February 20, 2014
The multimillion dollar lobster enterprise retirement program is finished up. Tonight we'll tell you what the final numbers were and what it means for the lobster fishery on the south and west coasts.