June 19th 2013
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Museum wants help with lobster fishing exhibit
The Shelburne County Museum is looking for stories, photos and artifacts about lobster fishing in the county as part of a project to chronicle ...
Miss Ally auction raises over $86,000
The Courageous Crew of Miss Ally-Lost at Sea Fundraising Auction has raised more than $86,000 for the families of the lost fishermen. The ...
Proposed lobster plant gets municipal ok
A proposed lobster processing facility on Cape Sable Island moved a step closer to reality with the blessing of the Municipality of Barrington ...
Changes coming to Shelburne wharf
People can expect some changes at the Shelburne Marine Terminal over the next few months. For starters, the speed limit is going up. That may be ...
Province to declare day for lost fishermen
In its Speech from the Throne, the Dexter government announced its intention to declare a day dedicated to remembering all Nova Scotia fishermen ...
Miss Ally investigation called off
An investigation into the loss of the Miss Ally has been called off by the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB). Pierre Murray, manager of ...
Miss Ally condolences, tributes still rolling in
By Greg Bennett In the wake of the Miss Ally tragedy, there has been great sadness throughout the community says Woods Harbour pastor Phil ...
Lost to the sea, but never “lost from our hearts”
By Greg Bennett The Coast Guard Amongst much sadness, there was also happiness remembered from the lives of five lost fishermen from the Miss ...
Big risks for divers on capsized boat --expert
By Greg Bennett The Coast Guard An open ocean dive underneath the capsized Miss Ally would be risky, but could be accomplished with the right ...
Miss Ally found, divers readying for mission
RCMP in Woods Harbour confirmed the overturned hull of Miss Ally was sighted by one of the planes patrolling the area around 10 a.m Saturday ...
No sign of the Miss Ally
Searchers looking for the capsized hull of the Miss Ally are reporting a small debris field near where the vessel once was. The RCMP received ...
Families pressing for action to find missing fishermen
By Amy Woolvett THE COAST GUARD As families were anxiously awaiting word from the RCMP on a recovery operation, a father of one of the lost ...
Calls to resume search being heard
Although search efforts have ended and rescue officials say there is almost no hope for the five fishermen lost since Sunday night, some in the ...
Search for missing fishermen ends
The search for five missing Shelburne County fishermen is over. Any hope of survival has “diminished significantly due to frigid water and poor ...
Time running out in search for missing fishermen
Time is running out in the desperate search for five Shelburne County men, whose fishing boat capsized in stormy seas Sunday night. Joint ...
Updated: Blizzard sank boat, caused damage (with...
Editors note Some of the attached photos come from our readers who we thank for sharing with us. By Greg Bennett A major winter storm ...
Quota talk for lobster industry concerns group
By Greg Bennett The Coast Guard An area fisheries group is sounding alarm bells over talk from a former federal fisheries minister about the ...
Jordan Bay fish farms approved by province
The province has approved two new aquaculture sites in Jordan Bay with strict licence agreements. Kelly Cove Salmon Ltd., a subsidiary of Cooke ...
Lobster glut hurting communities, says dealer
The frustration was evident on Wednesday afternoon in Barrington as a group of area fishermen listened to James Mood’s solution for low lobster ...
Updated: Still many questions on mysterious sunken...
Police were probing the mysterious sinking of a sailboat off Daniels Head Wharf. Cape Sable Island on Friday, Nov. 16. Shortly after 11 ...
Fleet separation policies will remain intact says...
By Greg Bennett The Coast Guard The message coming from the federal fisheries minister is a clear one …owner-operator policies meant ...
Province still mulling Jordan Bay fish farm decision
By Greg Bennett Despite jumping a big hurdle in its bid to establish two new fish farms in Jordan Bay two months ago, an application for ...
“Elegant” dory design under construction at...
By Greg Bennett The Coast Guard There’s something a little different happening at the J.C. Williams Dory Shop this summer. For the first time in ...
Keddy says fleet separation policies will remain
By Greg Bennett The Coast Guard Tory insiders say owner-operator policies meant to protect self-employed independent fishermen will not be ...
N.S. shells out $25-million for aquaculture jobs
The province is making an investment in Cooke Aquaculture to assist its major expansion in Nova Scotia, which includes a fish processing facility ...
Aquaculture company changes Shelburne plans
By Greg Bennett The Coast Guard Ocean Trout Farms has changed its mind about stocking sites in Shelburne Harbour with trout following a disease ...
Association won’t rule out lobster strike next...
By Greg Bennett The Coast Guard Interest in meetings has waned but the head of the 1688 Professional Lobster Fishermen Association says some ...
Province unveils new aquaculture strategy
Nova Scotia has a new strategy for aquaculture development. The strategy identifies and builds on four key pillars: farming responsibly, ...
Two rescued after sailboat runs aground
Two men on a sailing trip from New Hampshire to PEI had to be plucked from a life raft after their sailboat Paper Moon ran aground near the ...
Shelburne Marine Terminal reopened for public use
The initial phase of an engineering study of the Shelburne Marine Terminal is complete and the gates at the wharf have been reopened and public ...
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