Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Tag: fisheries

Great Lakes Champion Retires from the Public Service

U.S. Consul General Juan Alsace is retiring after 32 years of service to the country. Juan and his wife Nancy will start the next...

Commonwealth Countries Eye Blue Charter to Guide Ocean Protection

A Commonwealth proposal to create a Blue Charter of principles for sustainable ocean development has been greeted with the enthusiastic support of governments, the...

Nova Scotia to Revise Aquaculture Regulations with New Fisheries Act

With the introduction of its Fisheries and Coastal Resources Act today, the Government of Nova Scotia is revising aquaculture regulations to improve outcomes for...

Ontario Cleantech Solution for Fisheries Institute in Nairobi

The Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute is a state-owned corporation which conducts research to inform fisheries management and conservation decisions across the country. The...

Whirling Disease, Bow River Declared Infected Area

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) announced on Friday that it has confirmed the presence of whirling disease (infection with Myxobolus cerebralis) in the Bow...

Research Highlights Impact of Petroleum on Fish Species

Two recent studies from the Univsersity of Alberta and Stanford have emphasized the deleterious effects of petroleum spills on the health of fish species,...

Oceanographer Daniel Pauly Named Scientist of the Year by Radio Canada

“C’est un honneur,” Dr. Daniel Pauly, University Killam Professor with the Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries and the Sea Around Us Principal Investigator,...

Canada to Assist Surface Water and Ocean Topography Mission

The Canadian Space Agency awarded a $3.8M contract to Communications & Power Industries Canada (CPI) to build components for the Surface Water and Ocean Topography...

PEI Scientist Develops Eco-Friendly Fish Fungus Killer

The government of Prince Edward Island has announced the local creation of an environmentally friendly fish fungus killer that can help protect farmed fish...

Mercury 40 Times Limit in Walleye

An investigation conducted by the Toronto Star has concluded that the walleye in Clay Lake that feeds residents of Grassy Narrows First Nation near...

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