Topic: Stock assessments show Maritime lobster population strong, fishery sustainable
Stock assessments show Maritime lobster population strong, fishery sustainable
Lobster populations throughout all three Maritime provinces are holding strong, according to Fisheries and Oceans Canada. Itís good news for the thousands of people employed in the fishery, but scientists and the industry are on the lookout for the effects of climate change.
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