Oceana Canada Sounds Alarm (Again), Cites “Persistent Mismanagement” of Many Fisheries
Oceana Canada’s 2023 Fishery Audit was released on November 21, World Fisheries Day, with increased calls for change in how the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) manages the country’s seafood resourcees.
“Today, less than a third of Canada’s marine fish and invertebrate populations can be considered healthy. Nearly 40 per cent of stocks are still being managed largely in the dark due to the lack of a health status. And the policy implementation gap is widening,” Josh Laughren, Executive Director, Oceana Canada wrote in the executive summary ...
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