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Lost to the Sea Memorial panels installed
By Tina Comeau THE VANGUARD www.thevanguard.ca After years of envisioning, planning, researching and prep and site work, the first of ...
Industry picking up after DFO
By Tina Comeau THE VANGUARD www.thevanguard.ca Some fishermen have stepped up to plate so industry can pick up where the Department of ...
High hopes for lobster season
By Daniel Campbell TC•Media As lobster fishermen in Pictou County, N.S. have been gearing up for the start of the lobster season, they are ...
Sitting in the hot seat
By Tina Comeau FOR THE SOU’WESTER TC•Media Standing at the front of the room, Stewart Lamont likens himself to that guy who sits in the ...
New 1688 president resigns
By Tina Comeau THE VANGUARD www.thevanguard.ca The new president of the 1688 Professional Lobster Fishermen’s Association (PLFA) has had to ...
New 1688 president proposing changes
By Tina Comeau THE VANGUARD www.thevanguard.ca (Note to readers: Two days after this interview with the new 1688 president, our newsroom received ...
Funding announced for small craft harbours
There were several funding announcements on April 2 for Small Craft Harbour Projects across the country. In the Atlantic region the announcements ...
Lobster price comes with a catch
By Tina Comeau THE VANGUARD www.thevanguard.ca Looks like Old Man Winter has been able to accomplish what lobster fishermen haven’t been ...
DFO moving to online licensing
By Tina Comeau THE VANGUARD www.thevangard.ca Fishermen are on the verge of having to add computers and email addresses to their arsenal ...
Push on to honour fishermen, mariners
By Tina Comeau THE VANGUARD www.thevanguard.ca As a young girl growing up on Cape Sable Island, Phoebe Malone would watch her dad go ...
Trapped by old ways
By Tina Comeau THE VANGUARD NovaNewsNow.com Many of us are still in bed as the engines roar to life from their restless sleep. Lights ...
Ferry cancellations big concern to industry
By Tina Comeau THE VANGUARD NovaNewsNow.com With the ferry service running between Digby and Saint John, N.B. sidelined by mechanical ...
Shut down the industry, fishermen told
By Tina Comeau THE VANGUARD NovaNewsNow.com A low turnout of fishermen gathered on Yarmouth’s waterfront Wednesday morning, Dec. 5, to ...
Fisherman falls overboard on opening day
By Jonathan Riley and Tina Comeau THE VANGUARD NovaNewsNow.com UPDATED 5:50 P.M.: A lobster fisherman from Yarmouth who fell overboard on the ...
Gearing up for lobster season
By Tina Comeau THE VANGUARD NovaNewsNow.com On what normally would have been the first day of the lobster fishery, lobster fishermen spent ...
Not enough crew on side for strike
By Tina Comeau THE VANGUARD NovaNewsNow.com A second attempt to rally crewmembers behind an attempt to disrupt, or halt, the start of the ...
Crewmembers express frustration, meeting again Friday
By Tina Comeau THE VANGUARD NovaNewsNow.com Had there been about 500 crewmembers in attendance, a vote would have been taken Wednesday ...
Meeting set for lobster crewmembers
By Tina Comeau NovaNewsNow.com In advance of the upcoming lobster season, crewmembers in lobster fishing area 34 – which encompasses Yarmouth ...
Wharf project pitched to minister
By Tina Comeau THE VANGUARD NovaNewsNow.com During a recent visit to the Pinkney’s Point, Yarmouth County, N.S. wharf, the local harbour ...
Benefit planned for fisherman
There is a benefit being planned for Greg Lynch on Oct. 20 at the Ellerslie Legion. Auction starts at 8 p.m. The night includes an auction, 50/50 ...
Lobster council talks quality standards, branding
The Lobster Council of Canada has agreed to begin working on establishing a quality standard system and a branding program for Canadian ...
Unity pitched for lobster season
By Tina Comeau THE VANGUARD NovaNewsNow.com They knew they wouldn’t be able to save all that’s wrong in the lobster industry during a ...
Fishermen reject trap reduction
By Tina Comeau THE VANGUARD NovaNewsNow.com A majority of lobster licence holders from lobster fishing area (LFA) 34 who have been plagued ...
1688 members voting on lobster measures
By Tina Comeau THE VANGUARD NovaNewsNow.com The 1688 Professional Lobster Fishermen Association (PLFA) says its members are voting on ...
LFA 34 lobster trap reduction proposed
By Tina Comeau THE VANGUARD NovaNewsNow.com A proposal is being put to fishermen in Lobster Fishing Area (LFA) 34 that, for the next two ...
Committee wants more PEI halibut quota
By Andy Walker The Standing Committee on Fisheries, Transportation and Rural Development is calling on federal Fisheries and Oceans ...
2012 Parade of Lights
The 2012 Rudders Seafest Parade of Lights was held on Yarmouth's waterfront on the evening of Saturday, July 21. The judges results were: ...
Search exercise finds people and lessons
By Tina Comeau THE VANGUARD NovaNewsNow.com A kayaking tour involving 16 people touring the Tusket Islands took a troubling turn the ...
Questions raised over safety association
By Tina Comeau THE VANGUARD NovaNewsNow.com/TC•Media Bound together and nearly two inches thick, hundreds of pages peppered with yellow ...
Lobster seizure cases before the court
By Tina Comeau THE VANGUARD NovaNewsNow.com Two men charged in connection with two separate incidents of alleged illegal fishing appeared ...
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