Jane Adey

CBC News

Jane Adey hosts CBC Radio's The Broadcast, and has worked for many other CBC programs, including Here & Now, Land & Sea and On The Go.

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On the edge of the sea: Ocean-focused artist encourages exploration of rural N.L.

Janet Davis says it hasn't always been easy to make a living in rural Newfoundland but she is proof it can be done.

The waters off N.L. are crawling with all kinds of crab — and commercial potential

Most Newfoundlanders and Labradorians are familiar with snow crab but how about toad crab or porcupine crab? There are many varieties of the shellfish in waters off our coast.

'Like a funeral': Fisherman laments tanking prices in once-lucrative lobster fishery

Lobster harvesters take to the water this year with crushing financial pressures and worries about the spread of the coronavirus in their communities.

Whales will come, but will tourists? Uncertainty in N.L. tourism business grows

Whale-watching tour company owners say June bookings have been cancelled.

Success on the half shell: Triton man serves up N.L's first local oysters

Ten years ago when Juan Roberts started trying to cultivate oysters, skeptics said it couldn't be done. He has now launched Mersheen Bay Oysters.

From fancy coifs to hauling pots: How a hairstylist is carrying on her father's work in the fishery

It's a cold day in June, with drizzle and fog, as Stephanie Lights hoists crab pots on her father's fishing vessel. And she wouldn't want to be anywhere else.

Clock ticking on FISH-NL's 2nd certification drive

The upstart union's second membership drive wraps up Friday, when they'll need 4,000 members to prompt a vote on certification and the chance to unseat the FFAW as the inshore fishing industry's bargaining unit.

What lurks in Crescent Lake? Meet Cressie, N.L.'s water monster

You've heard of Nessie of Scotland's Loch Ness, but have you heard of Newfoundland's very own lake monster named Cressie?

Finding joy in the 'blue hour': A photographer's ocean eye candy is on display in Quebec

When photographer Michael Winsor has his camera in hand, his ideal place to be is on the Atlantic Ocean.

How simply flipping a light switch can save seabirds in this Newfoundland town

A fish plant has agreed to darken its operation so the nocturnal birds aren't attracted to the light in the building.

Why squads of squid are giving this scientist hope

Bays in Newfoundland and Labrador were filled with squid in late summer for the first time in decades. Researchers say it's hard to know why because the species is hard to study.

Sheep made of seaweed have tourists, locals flocking to Bonavista gallery

Barbara Houston's ocean-inspired art is something you've likely never seen.

Scientist says DFO may be overestimating N.L. cod stocks by 35 per cent

George Rose is warning that an increase in fishing activity will setback the recovery of the stock.

N.L. regulators watching closely as B.C. requires life jackets on fishing vessels

Fishers in British Columbia now have to wear life jackets on the decks of fishing vessels, and safety advocates and regulators in N.L. are taking note.

'I'll teach her': Mom proud to show daughter the ropes of fishing

At one time, Jasmine Paul couldn't wait to get away from outport Newfoundland and the fishery. Now she sees rural life and fishing as her future.

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