Monocolumn: Canada’s Lobstermen Try To Claw Back

Monocolumn: Canada’s Lobstermen Try To Claw Back
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The fishermen of Nova Scotia’s rocky southwest coast are mending their lobster traps and checking lines, but some predict the local fleet will stay at the wharf when the fishery is scheduled to open at the end of November.

Monocle
  • 22 october 2010

Monocolumn- Canada’s lobstermen try to claw back

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The fishermen of Pubnico, Argyle, Shag Harbour and the other hamlets of Nova Scotia’s rocky southwest coast are mending their lobster traps and checking lines, but some predict the local fleet will stay at the wharf when the fishery is scheduled to open at the end of November. For the third year in a row, a high Canadian dollar and recession-minded Americans are conspiring to threaten one of the world’s most venerable lobster industries.

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