The Fisheries Broadcast Thursday August 28, 201408/29/14
We hear about the 50 shades of lobsters at the Bonne Bay Marine Station.
The Fisheries Broadcast Wednesday August 27, 2014
I'll talk to a researcher who's studying the risks of asthma while working at a crab or shrimp processing plants.
The Fisheries Broadcast Tuesday Aug 26, 2014
Harp heaven. We pay a visit to the harp seals at the Ocean Science Centre.
The Fisheries Broadcast Monday August 25, 2014
We take a look at some of the creatures being studied at Memorial's Ocean Science Centre.
The Fisheries Broadcast Monday May 26, 2014
Last week we broke the story about a provincial halibut quota being fished and landed by Nova Scotia. Tonight we will hear how some fishermen on the south coast are feeling about that situation.
The Fisheries Broadcast Friday May 23, 2014
With people still trying to figure out what yesterday's WTO appeal decision on seal products means, tonight we get reaction from Ottawa.
The Fisheries Broadcast Thursday May 22, 2014
It has been widely reported today that Canada has lost its appeal of the WTO decision on the European seal ban. But it may not be as simple as all that. We'll find out why.
The Fisheries Broadcast Tuesday May 20, 2014
What do rank and file Europeans really think about the Canadian seal harvest? Tonight we'll hear about a poll that was done to try to answer that question.
The Fisheries Broadcast Wednesday May 21
A significant halibut quota owned by the provincial government is being harvested and landed in Nova Scotia.
Fisheries Broadcast Wednesday May 14 2014
Newfoundland and Labrador Senator Fabian Manning goes on the record with all that, and much more
Fisheries Broadcast Wednesday April 30 2014
People in the fishery say ice conditions have become an emergency situation and they want the federal government to act.
Fisheries Broadcast Tuesday April 29, 2014
It was called the dawn of a new day for workers in Fortune when their fish plant reopened late last year. Tonight we'll find out how things have been going.
Fisheries Broadcast Monday April 28 2014
We'll hear how the seal industry made a statement this weekend in downtown St. John's
The Fisheries Broadcast Friday April 25, 2014
Some questions have been raised about a company being allowed to offload cod here in the province and then ship it out unprocessed. The provincial fisheries minister will be here to explain what that's all about.
The Fisheries Broadcast Thursday April 24, 2014
A Nova Scotia processor says it's unfair that this province's buyers can go there, while the rules prevent him from buying fish here.
The Fisheries Broadcast Wednesday April 23, 2014
Folks are rushing to have their pictures taken with dead whales. We'll tell you why, beyond the obvious, that's not exactly a wise plan.
The Fisheries Broadcast Tuesday April 22, 2014
You've heard lots of reaction and worry about cuts to inshore shrimp quotas here on the show. Well today, Premier Tom Marshall got to hear some concerns first-hand.
The Fisheries Broadcast Monday April 21, 2014
Fisheries sustainability is a big buzz-phrase and tonight we'll chat with a scientist who's doing some unique things in the field.
The Fisheries Broadcast Thursday April 17, 2014
With all the ice and rough weather it's been a tough go for a lot of marine activities. But wait until you hear how much damage its caused to aids to navigation around the province.
The Fisheries Broadcast Wednesday April 16, 2014
The provincial media has lost one of its giants and the Broadcast has lost one of its finest skippers.
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