NS wants ‘moderate livelihood,’ definition as lobster dispute boils over
Dispute ignited fierce clashes outside fish plants and a lobster pound storing a Mi’kmaq catches was burned to the ground.
Lobster catch dropped in NS bay in years prior to launch of Mi’kmaq fishery
Catch in the bay fell from 1,691 tonnes to 915 tonnes over the three-year period, a decrease of 46%.
Trade minister to keep eye on US probe of Canadian lobster industry
Canadian industry gained most of the market America US lost after China slapped a 35% tariff on US lobster exports.
Questions raised after fire destroys firm’s second fish plant this month
Indications point to an electrical issue at first lobster processing facility fire.
US border patrol agents stopping and boarding Canadian vessels: spokesman
Small island is in a disputed area is a Grey Zone where from Canadian and American lobster fishermen have long fished.
Canada’s CETA pact with EU worries US lobster industry
Deal eliminates 11% tariff, a provides a huge export advantage over Americans.
Clearwater at 40: seafood exporter nets 2015 sales of $500 million
A humble storefront lobster business has grown into Canada’s largest publicly-funded seafood operation.
Staff shortages: thousands of pounds of NB lobster trashed
Despite job shortages, there are some jobs people won’t do.