Lobster Island photo doc explores P.E.I. connection to this crustacean
A trio of young Albertans – including two photographers and a food blogger – with ties to Prince Edward Island made a Lobster Island photo documentary project focused specifically on Canada lobster. Read the Truro Daily news article.
Paying a little to earn a lot
An editorial in The Journal Pioneer discussed the endorsement last week by the Prince Edward Island Fishermen’s Association to some of the recommendations in two recent lobster fishery reports. Read The Journal Pioneer editorial.
Export growth the key to capitalize on rising global fish and seafood demand
On December 5, the Conference Board of Canada’s Centre for Food in Canada released their latest report, Strengthening Canada’s Commercial Fisheries and Aquaculture: From Fin to Fork. To capitalize on growing global markets, the Conference Board of Canada believes the industry needs to overcome its own fragmentation and uncertainty. The report assesses trends and provides recommendations focused on both economic impacts and sustainability. Download [...]
PEIFA endorses key elements of lobster reports
During yesterday’s news conference, members of the Prince Edward Island Fishermen’s Association endorsed two recently released reports on the Island and Maritime lobster fishery. Read the Journal Pioneer news article to learn more about the PEIFA’s official response to the Maritime Lobster Panel PEI lobster reports.
Shelburne County crew catches ghostly lobster
A ghostly white lobster was caught in the first few days of the fall lobster season near Bear Point, Nova Scotia. Read the Souwester news article.