I like this picture. I know it’s not fashionable these days to like pictures of dead salmon but this is something I found on a collection on Facebook and I can’t for the life of me remember where I hooked it out from.
A New Brunswick conservation group has released a new report that raises a host of concerns about the impact of the proposed Energy East pipeline on whales and some fisheries in the Bay of Fundy and Gulf of Maine.
A team of whale disentanglement experts from the United States is making their annual trip to the Bay of Fundy later this month, hoping to spot and free Lacuna, a humpback whale that has been entangled in fishing lines since July.
Former Liberal MP Gerry Byrne is calling for equal Atlantic tuna fishing access, licences and quotas for Newfoundland and Labrador, as enjoyed by Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec and, in particular, Prince Edward Island.
Potential regulations that would allow Shell Canada up to three weeks to cap a subsea blowout while drilling off the coast of Nova Scotia are not being met favourably by at least one fishing industry representative.
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