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A steel fabrication company whose workers are part of the same union representing fish harvesters has offered harvesters equipment the federal government won't pay for.
There is no dedicated survey in N.L. to track shark populations, so scientists need the public's help, says Carolyn Miri.video
Thursday August 17, 2017
Audio The group looking to be certified as a fishers union says the wait on the labour board has been too long
Angling for the fishery to re-open. Marine recreational licenses, DFO wants your input on how the food fishery should be run.
Tuesday August 15, 2017
Turning fishing nets into carpet. A charitable organisation's answer to ocean pollution.
Thursday August 10, 2017
We'll hear from a harvester on Fogo island on allowing outside buyers to buy fish from harvesters.
Tuesday August 08, 2017
Should government allow outside buyers IN to buy fish from harvesters in this province? Plus, DFO needs photos of your purses...and the boat that won't float.
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