Maritime Noon | Feb 20, 2013 | 52:44

Safety on Fishing Vessels, Bigger Families, Clubbed Seals Feedback

The Fisheries Safety Association of Nova Scotia comments on what the industry can learn from events like this week's tragedy at sea. Your calls on what would encourage you to have more children. And your feedback on the arrest of three teens in the case of 50 clubbed seals on PEI.

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