A fishing advocate is hoping the COVID-19 pandemic might get more locals out on the water as the summer food fishery begins.
The demand for a COVID-19 liability declaration is the second border impediment to emerge in China in June
Already threatened with extinction, Wild Pacific salmon about to spawn in British Columbia are facing an uphill battle in the aftermath of a landslide
Expanded fishing closures and size restrictions are part of new actions announced by the federal government to protect threatened Fraser River chinook salmon.
Lobster Council of Canada says 'we've hit a significant snag' because of new testing requirements
New testing measures imposed in at least three cities — Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou— have led to cancelled lobster shipments from Nova Scotia this week and delays for shipments that do
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A P.E.I. lobster fishermen who couldn't sell part of his catch on Saturday decided to pack his blue half-ton Toyota Tundra truck with lobster and head to the city to sell the once-lucrative crustaceans at a bargain price.
Some of B.C.’s top chefs have come together to help the financially ailing Vancouver Aquarium by cooking and selling batches of sustainable seafood chowder.
Some Island fishermen say a week into the delayed spring season, they're just not able to sell everything they're catching.
"Pretty good catches so far. But almost everybody's on a quota right now," said Gerard Whalen, a long-time fisherman in Naufrage in eastern P.E.I.