Loan to support rural fish farm
ADVOCATE HARBOUR – A family-owned fish farm in West Advocate is receiving a $1-million repayable loan to expand its operations. Canaqua Seafoods is growing its land-based fish farm and creating 14 new full and part-time jobs as part of a $5.5-million expansion. The company currently employs 10 full-time and an additional four to seven seasonal and part-time staff.
What Happens in the Arctic Unfortunately Is Not Staying in the Arctic
The Arctic Ice Pack May Be as Important to Us People as to the Polar Bears. Its Melting Must Be Brought Under Control. Oil and Gas Activities Contribute to Arctic Amplification by Spewing Black Carbon (soot) and Releasing Methane As Well Add to the Oil We Burn.
Seal tagging will be first on East Coast (US Article)
CHATHAM — Researchers hope to place tags on seven gray seals this week off Chatham and Wellfleet. It will be the first such tagging on adult gray seals in U.S. Atlantic waters, and scientists hope it will answer many of the questions they share with local residents and fishermen about these large marine mammals.
Chinese delegation looking for Atlantic Canada market
Atlantic Canada’s ocean technology sector is welcoming a weeklong visit by Chinese entrepreneurs, researchers and educators as an opportunity to do business in the world’s second largest economy.
Dalhousie's ocean depth
With more than 7,500 km of coastline, Nova Scotia has a connection to the ocean that's visceral and immediate. But behind the scenery, there’s a legacy of industry, science and discovery, connecting the province’s past to its present and future