Canada Missing Big Opportunity to Support its Small-Scale Fisheries

Industrial catcher and processing vessels on George's Bank. Source: NOAA Fisheries Archives

Guest post by Arthur Bull.  The vast majority of fisheries in the world are small-scale.  These are the community-based, small boat, family-owned fisheries that make up a whopping 90% of the world’s fisheries, fisheries that land more than 2/3 of … Continue reading

There’s No Crying on a Fishing Boat

Alaskan scene in Dutch Harbour

Guest post by Stephanie Boudreau. My father likes to joke that he comes from a place where “the men are men, and the women are men too”. Both of my parents are from Yarmouth County in southwest Nova Scotia.  My … Continue reading

Reeling in Big Value from our Small-Scale Fisheries

Ooh pretty.

by Sadie Beaton Let’s say Alen Newell traps a nice load of shrimp just a mile offshore in Chedabucto Bay. A shrimp trapper out of Canso, Nova Scotia, it is not much of a stretch. Catching amazing quality seafood with … Continue reading