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December 2012 Archives

A cure for sea sickness that nobody could stomach

A financial outlook on the growth of the fishery that's enough to make you feel ill.

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A Nova Scotia company that raise exotic and native fish species

Tonight we'll hear from a Nova Scotia based company who has avoided the problem of disease by avoiding the ocean.

 

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More concerns over aquaculture on the South Coast

The seal industry hopes to continue its growth but it may need a little more government help.

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More on the debate over Labrador crab

Another case of a salmon virus on an aquaculture site on the South Coast. We'll hear from the company about what all this means.

 

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Sealers meet in Deer Lake to talk about their industry

Dr. Bill Monetvecchi responds to the criticism over his opinions on the cull of grey seals.

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Another plant closure today

The Highliner operation stops its production lines and that ends 70 years of seeing a fishplant operate in Burin.

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End of the line for the fishplant in Burin

We'll hear from someone inside the Burin plant, from inside the town council and from inside Highliner.

 

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Harsh criticism about one of the province's most renowned environmental researchers

Two stories from Nova Scotia tonight, both with strong Newfoundland ties.

 

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To cull, or not to cull

Harvesters are almost unanimous when it comes to demands that DFO "do something" about the number of harp seals. But there is an opinion that a cull could do more harm than good to both seals AND cod.

 

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Voices from Labrador

A retired fishermen from Sandwich Bay tonight on growing up in Paradise River and where all the cod went, more concern about aquaculture from another group as the industry continues to feel the heat, and you'll hear some of the voices of Labardor that were on the Broadcast in the past few weeks.
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Reaction from the Salmon association on possible outbreak of a virus.

The Salmon association reacts strongly to the latest possible outbreak of a virus on the south coast, and the pesticides that have been approved to fight it. I'm john Furlong.

 

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Minister of Fisheries tonight on possibly another virus outbreak

The continuing debate over whether to allow crab to leave Labrador to be processed on the island.

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The fishery in Paradise River in Southern Labrador

Another possible outbreak of Salmon Anemia on an aquaculture farm on the South Coast

 

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Kids from the School in Black Tickle are performing a play

Black Tickle is a little community of less than 200 people on Labrador's South Coast. Kids from the School in Black Tickle are performing a play about their own community and their own community's problems.

 

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The remote community of Norman Bay,in Southern Labrador

A few things you may not have known about the remote community of Norman Bay,in Southern Labrador.

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Growing up in an Inuit fishing family

Stability on the water and a new tool that helps harvesters better understand the nuances.

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