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FFAW accuses big processing companies of acting like cartel

The FFAW is accusing big processing companies of acting like a cartel that has a crippling stranglehold on the fishery. NTV's Beth Penney reports.
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OCI seeks meeting with FFAW to work out differences

The war of words continued Wednesday between two processing companies and the FFAW. Now, Ocean Choice International says it wants to meet with the...
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Two processing companies accuse FFAW leadership of spreading misinformation

Two processing companies are firing back at the FFAW after last week's cod protests. Ocean Choice International and Icewater Seafoods are accusing the union...
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Federal fisheries minister makes more pre-election spending announcements in N.L.

Federal Fisheries Minister Jonathan Wilkinson was in St. John's Tuesday, where he handed out $8 million ahead if this fall's election. But there are...
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‘Use it or lose it,’ provincial fisheries minister tells processors

"Use it or lose it" was the message to processors from provincial fisheries minister Gerry Byrne. He believes some fish plant owners are only...
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New contract allows DFO scientists to speak to media

A new contract signed with the federal government allows DFO scientists to speak to the media. NTV's Leila Beaudoin reports.
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FFAW wants more transparency in fish price negotiations

The FFAW is calling for more transparency in fish price negotiations. But the Association of Seafood Producers is not buying that call for fairness....
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Fishermen say price is right this year for shrimp and lobster

Shrimp and lobster prices have plummeted in recent years, but what about this season? Fishermen say the price is right. NTV's Leila Beaudoin checks...
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New west coast headquarters for Fisheries and Lands almost complete

Fisheries Minister Gerry Byrne got his first look Friday at a building in Corner Brook that will be home to more than 200 public...
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Fish harvesters march through downtown St. John’s to protest quota cuts

Hundreds of fish harvesters marched on the streets of downtown St. John's to send a message ahead of fishing season. They're not happy with...