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The fisheries union on the scope of Fiona damage to harvesters; hear about a record wave in the Gulf; and why a Labrador fish operation was honoured for excellence
FFAW's Jason Spingle on the loss to harvesters from Fiona; scientist Peter Galbraith on recording a record wave height; and Gilbert Linstead on why the Labrador Fishermen's Union Shrimp Company was honoured by "Turning the Tide."