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Lobster Fishery Delayed in Two New Brunswick Areas, Other Fisheries Waiting on Decisions

According to the CBC, Canada’s Department of Fisheries and Oceans accepted a request to delay the start of the lobster season in areas 36 and 37 of southern New Brunswick due to concerns surrounding COVID-19.

The request was sent by the Fundy North Fishermen’s Association, the delay will push the start of the fishery from March 31 to April 30.

"In light of the current circumstances, and with input and support from groups involved, DFO has accepted this request and will be...

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Government of Canada, New Brunswick Supporting Lobster Research and Oyster Aquaculture

The Government of Canada continues to roll out the support of projects supporting the seafood industry through the Atlantic Fisheries Fund.

Canada, along with the Province of New Brunswick announced $8.1 million in funding for 21 projects that will support the lobster and shellfish industries in the province.

“The lobster fishery and shellfish aquaculture industries are major generators of economic activity in rural and coastal communities in the Atlantic Region,” The Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard said...

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Cooke Aquaculture Sends Boats to Aid With Flood Relief Efforts in New Brunswick

Cooke Aquaculture is sending some of their boats and marine staff to aid flooded communities in New Brunswick.

Earlier this week the New Brunswick government closed the Trans-Canada Highway between Oromocto and River Glade due to flooding from the St. John River. Last year flood levels reached 5.73 metres, and forecasts for this year have flood levels reaching 5.6 metres by Friday. As of Wednesday, the flooding had forced a reported 490 people from their homes, with many other residents choosing to stay put...

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Canadian Government Investing in New Brunswick Fishing Harbor

The Government of Canada announced late last week that they are investing in harbor infrastructure in Southwest New Brunswick.

"I'm pleased to announce this major investment for our community," Karen Ludwig, Member of Parliament for New Brunswick Southwest, said in a press statement. "Investing in the local small craft harbor helps not just the commercial fishing industry, but North Head in Southwest New Brunswick as a whole. I am proud that we are investing in people, promoting inclusive growth and building stronger communities...

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