New Jobs, processing capacity in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland.
A humble storefront lobster business has grown into Canada’s largest publicly-funded seafood operation.
Newfoundland and Labrador poised to lead all provinces next year.
Remediation, geotechnical surveys and infrastructure assessments at the site have been completed.
The food giant launched an internal investigation in 2014 after reports tied brutal and unregulated working conditions to its brands.
Overfishing and illegal, undocumented trawlers have ravaged marine ecosystems.
The fisheries minister in Newfoundland and Labrador says there’s nothing he can do about the closure of the High Liner seafood processing plant in Burin.