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The Fisheries Broadcast January 16, 2014

The weather's great right now for the folks who harvest sea urchins here in the province. But a few of them are stuck sitting on their hands on shore. And a critic questions the accuracy of the province's aquaculture job numbers.

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Gong Show

A well known actress and a famous cartoon creator want to give sealers a million dollars to shut down the harvest. And we'll talk to a bird hunter from Ladle Cove about a close call he had yesterday.

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Headaches for fish harvesters, embarrassment for the Govenrment

We have the latest news on that EI change that's caused headaches for fish harvesters. And later you'll hear a company perspective about fracking on the west coast.

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The CETA Debate

The discussion on CETA and the $400 million fisheries fund is hitting on a recurring question: is there enough information out there about the proposed plans? We'll look at how the debate is shaping up politically, from the viewpoint of three very different participants.

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Ocean Choice and CETA

The head of Ocean Choice had some choice words about CETA, and the structure of the province's fishery today during a conference in St. John's. Tonight, you'll hear what company CEO Martin Sullivan had to say about all that and more. And we'll talk about a new lobster grading system and what it could mean for harvesters here.

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This photo was taken by Chris O'Dea in Napa Valley, California at the local food market. Check out the price per pound for the Atlantic Cod.Napa-20131112-02112.jpg

Atlantic salmon and Mackerel

Atlantic salmon in southern Newfoundland could soon be listed as "threatened" under the Species at Risk Act. We'll find out why that is, and what the fallout of such a designation might be.

And we'll chat about mackerel and whether or not it's become a volume fishery only.

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The Fisheries Broadcast Wednesday June 26, 2013

A net loss from the 1992 cod moratorium meant a net gain for seabirds. Fewer of them were getting killed as a result of getting  caught in fishing gear. Curtis Rumbolt will tell us some of the results of a study by a PHd canadadte from Memorial University.
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Ferry frustrates Fogo Fish facility

We'll hear how a three-day tieup for the ferry and from Fogo island crated headaches for the Fogo island Co-op. And we'll hear how efforts to conserve Atlantic salmon because of the Greenland factor are spreading to New Brunswick.

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Protests, angry words and no fishing.

The crab fishery is off to the same start most people are used to...protests, angry words and no fishing...well, there's some, and that's what has made news today.

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A survivor and rescuer are recognized 40 years later.

The emotional story of a dramtic rescue at sea. And bad news for fish plant workers in Montague, PEI. A plant is closing, throwing about 200 people out of work.

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Crab impasse may not last long

There are some indications the crab impasse may not last long. You'll hear from two fishermen, and although they may be fishing soon, they won't quickly forget their disappointment over the union's stand on QSA's.

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Abundance of Cod.

Fisheries minister Darrin King tonight on what he is hearing about the abundance of cod, what our own science is telling us and what he thinks of the calls for increase quotas.

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The Fisheries Broadcast May 3 2011

The Fisheries Broadcast May 3 2011
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The Fisheries Broadcast May 2 2011

The Fisheries Broadcast May 2 2011
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The Fisheries Broadcast April 29 2011

The Fisheries Broadcast April 29 2011
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The Fisheries Broadcast April 28 2011

The Fisheries Broadcast April 28 2011
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The Fisheries Broadcast April 26 2011

The Fisheries Broadcast April 26 2011

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The Fisheries Broadcast April 21 2011

The Fisheries Broadcast April 21 2011

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