Livelihood lobster fishing cast adrift: How DFO’s inaction has history repeating itself
Years after the controversial 1999 Marshall decision, violence calmed when a fishery officer and First Nation chief found common ground.
By Stefan Sinclair-Fortin
Tags: City, Treaty Rights, Fishing, Fishery, Sipekne’katik First Nation, Treaty Fishery, Lobster
Lobster livelihood fishery talks hit bottom
DFO’s proposal “didn't reflect any of the treaties,” says Sipekne'katik chief Mike Sack.
"They're on the right path," says western First Nation chief about purchase of Clearwater by Mi’kmaq coalition
How did it get to this? A recent timeline of Indigenous lobster-fishing rights.
Governments have avoided the moderate livelihood issue for over 20 years.
Mi’kmaq Coalition buys Clearwater, becomes Canada’s largest holder of shellfish licenses
We’koqma’q chief says she’s excited about how the deal will benefit future generations.
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