The Mi`gwitetm`81 being unloaded
Snow crab traps being loaded
Ice Conditions 2014

Ice conditions in the gulf are in high density and will determine when some fisheries will...

2014 Fishing season is about to start

We are about to start our 2014 fishing season and here are a few starting dates for the...

The Mi`gwitetm`81 being unloaded
Snow crab traps being loaded
Ice Conditions 2014
2014 Fishing season is about to start

Publications

Community announcement
Fall and Winter Edition
Newsletter Governance Issue

This recent issue of the commercial fisheries newsletter contains information on the governance of the sector. It explains the vision for and future of Listuguj Fisheries, the process for restructuring the sector as well as the purpose of the Fisheries Management Board.

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Newsletter 5

January/February 2011. In this issue: "Honouring Listuguj Fishers," Assistant Director's Message, "Fisheries Continues its Governance Planning,"Traps and Smolt Wheels: Making Sure the Salmon - and our Rivers - are Healthy" by Pamela Isaac, "Snow Crab Fishing Rights and Compensation Resolution," and a spotlight on the John Duncan 'Vessel of the Month'.

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Newsletter 4

November/December 2010. In this issue: "Youth Fishers: Pride in Being Mi'gmaq" by Meredith Bernard, Assistant Director's Message, a spotlight on the Ugjit Sma'gnisg vessel written by Christopher Metallic, and "The Crown's Duty to Consult and Accommodate" by Dr. Fred Metallic. 

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Newsletter 3

October 2010. Articles in this issue: "Mi'gmaq Food Fishery: Fishing for Food or Treaty Rights?" by Dr. Fred Metallic, "Assistant Director's Message," "Lobster Food Fishery," "Fisheries Meetings Protect Out Treaty Right to Fish," "Using the Tools of Technology" by Meredith Bernard, "Keeping Our Vessels Functionning at Optimal Levels," as well as a spotlight on the G.C MacDonald vessel and extra information about governance and consultation sessions.

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Newsletter 2

In September 2010, the second commercial fisheries newsletter was published and distributed. Articles in this issue: "Listuguj Responds to Reduction of Snow Crab Quota," "Assistant Director's Message," "Restructing Commercial Fisheries," "Managing the Lobster Fishery," "Harvesting Under Mi'gmaq Law," and "Listuguj Fishers Trained as Captains."

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Newsletter First Edition

Back in the winter of 2009, Listuguj Fisheries introduced the first of a series of informative newsletters to the community. This first issue contains information on the public consultation sessions, professional development training of harvesting personnel as well as on certain key legal cases that have affected the First Nations fisheries sector.

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Fisheries Map for Rock Crab

Listuguj Fisheries has four licenses for Rock Crab in the area Baie-des-Chaleurs 12Z

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Fisheries Map for Lobster

Listuguj Fisheries holds five licenses in the area of Baie-des-Chaleurs 21B for commercial and food and ceremonial fisheries. 

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Recent Publications

Salmon Fishery