In Nova Scotia, Lobster Fishermen Catch a Break With U.S.-China Trade War
Inside a grey warehouse on the edge of Nova Scotia's Eastern Shore, workers in white coveralls are packing 3,000 pounds of live lobsters into insulated boxes. They need to work quickly – these lobsters are bound for the airport, where a chartered cargo plane will deliver them to Asia within 48 hours.
With Chinese New Year celebrations looming, it's a busy time at Tangier Lobster Co., an 18-person operation tucked down a dirt road about an hour and a half outside Halifax...
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