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Native Fish Stocking Record Broken At Lake Eildon
Salmon run signs spark important safety reminders
Shocking new imagery of sharks hooked on Queensland Government drum lines
Upgrades underway to Tasmanian inland fishing amenities ahead of world championships
Minister Wilkinson visits students at University of Victoria as a part of
Fisheries and Oceans Canada extends transition period for Quebec fish harvesters
Governments of Canada and British Columbia now accepting proposals to help restore Pacific
New fish health product showing positive signs for aquaculture industry
Water Operations assist alcohol and drug testing, South Australia
New fisheries laws mean stronger compliance on Sunshine Coast
Close season for coarse fishing on rivers starts
Convictions under Fisheries Act Gaspé and lower St. Lawrence
Canada highlights investment of $745
Convictions under Fisheries Act, North Shore
GC contributes to European standard to combat food fraud
Canada invests $1.1 million for coastal research in Port of Saint John, New Brunswick
Net-Free Zones a Big Draw For Big Fish, But Now We Need More, says AMCS
Study highlights ways to improve fishing practices
Minister Wilkinson visits students at University of Prince Edward Island as a part of
Canada releases socio-economic study on risk of Grass Carp to Great Lakes
Minister Wilkinson talks right whales
“Fishal recognition” technology helps monitor commercial catches
Cairns net-free fishing zone performing well
Rockhampton net-free fishing zone performing well
Mackay net-free fishing zone performing well
Statement from Minister of Fisheries
A taste of Aussie farm life for Japanese students in Bowen
Sustainability goes digital on Sustainable Seafood Week
Canada and Prince Edward Island fund projects to boost innovation and productivity
Work starts on fish pass at iconic Grade II Crumpwood weir
Take home packs sent packing back in 2014 – don’t get caught out
Canada helping fisheries and aquaculture businesses adopt clean technologies
Help strengthen Queensland’s marine pest biosecurity
Science plays a vital role in sustainable seafood
Tasmania’s world-class produce shines in Japan
New Zealand, Tuvalu, sign statement of partnership
Stamps focus on fishing for a sustainable future
New Fishing Custom Plates A Reel Catch
Minister Wilkinson speaks with members of UBC Women in Science Club
Canada announces significant investments in scientific research to protect Canada’s
Western Steel Works Improving Energy Efficiency and Productivity
2019 graduates dive into fisheries – part 1
Canada Invests in fishing communities in Province British Columbia
Canada’s Investment in ocean observation technology contributes to safer coastal
Canada invests $710,000 in coastal research initiatives in Port of Saint John
Collecting vital baseline data on state of coastal ecosystems Oceans Protection Plan
Mount Isa Line recovery remains on track
Advancement on State of Salmon Aquaculture Technology