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Jul 17 - Nova Scotia Approves Net-pen Leases on South Shore Amid Public Backlash

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Nova Scotia Approves Net-pen Leases on South Shore Amid Public Backlash

Following concerns from residents and organizations surrounding lease renewals of open net-pen aquaculture in Liverpool and Port Mouton, Nova Scotia, the province’s Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture (DFA) approved renewals.

In recent weeks, the Healthy Bays Network (HBN), an alliance of community stewardship groups and environmental organizations across Nova Scotia put together a number of public letters/comments which were not in the statement from the DFA regarding the renewals for the Port Mouton Bay and Liverpool Bay fish farms...

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Nova Scotia Officially Declares February 28 as "Lobster Day"

The Canadian Province of Nova Scotia is honoring its heritage by celebrating one of the things the province is best known for, lobster.

Stephen McNeil, the Premier of Nova Scotia officially proclaimed that February 28 will be known as “Nova Scotia Lobster Day.”

“The South Shore of Nova Scotia is home to some of the richest lobster fishing grounds in the world and the Municipality of Barrington, which stakes its claim as The Lobster Capital of Canada,” the proclamation read.

The new day will coincide with the Nova Scotia Lobster...

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