NL - The Broadcast

 
 

NL - The Broadcast

The ocean is a part of daily working life in Newfoundland and Labrador. Whether it's fishing, oil exploration, shipping, research or culture, there are thousands of people whose jobs have some connection to the sea. The Broadcast explores the stories of people in Newfoundland and Labrador who work in jobs or live in communities that depend on the sea.

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From war to wilderness

In a special show of Remembrance from the CBC Archives, we'll hear a 1996 episode of "Land and Sea" about the war brides who, along with their servicemen spouses, built the community of Cormack on the Great Northern Peninsula.

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The greatest marine disaster in Canadian waters during World War II

In our weekly feature from the CBC Archives, we'll hear a 1992 episode of "Land and Sea" that re-visited a wartime tragedy, the sinking of the passenger ferry S.S. Caribou in 1942.

Download The greatest marine disaster in Canadian waters during World War II
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What's the best fishing rope for the ocean?

We'll hear from two young fishers, both of them women. They talk about their experiences and why they're excited about their future as harvesters.

Download What's the best fishing rope for the ocean?
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From British Columbia, they are young and love to fish

We'll hear from some young fish harvesters about their life in the fishery. A group promoting more recognition of those who served in the Merchant Marine and the Newfoundland Royal Navel Reserve.

Download From British Columbia, they are young and love to fish
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Has the province opened itself up to more court action over aquaculture?

We'll take you to Gander to the Fish Food And Allied Workers Convention. Discussion today: Is Newfoundland and Labrador worth fighting for?

Download Has the province opened itself up to more court action over aquaculture?
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A major seafood show is about to open in China

We'll speak to someone who'll be there about the incredible demand for seafood in that country.And what does a sea cucumber taste like?

Download A major seafood show is about to open in China
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You can't resettle your roots

In today's feature from the "Land and Sea" Archives, we'll take you back to 1985 and the abandoned communities of Placentia Bay and those who keep coming back.

Download You can't resettle your roots
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Dolphins and whales are looking for some peace and quiet

We'll tell you how shipping noise in the ocean affects how dolphins and whales communicate. How can you protect the ocean for the future?

Download Dolphins and whales are looking for some peace and quiet
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Changing our relationship with the ocean and how we protect it

FISH-NL needs 500 paying members or it will fold. We'll get an update from the President on the group's future. Plus spooky species of the sea.

Download Changing our relationship with the ocean and how we protect it
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In a deadly year for fish harvesters in Canada, some say safety culture in this province is improving

Ensuring the long term health of the ocean. Are you ready to adopt a new ocean ethic? Hear about Fogo Island's instructional guide.

Download In a deadly year for fish harvesters in Canada, some say safety culture in this province is improving
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How will the community of O'Donnell's move on after a devastating fish plant fire

Deaths in the fishing industry are at an all time high. Norway has stopped their capelin fishery and could sea cucumbers provide medical cures for humans?

Download How will the community of O'Donnell's move on after a devastating fish plant fire
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A lifeline to the north

In today's feature from the CBC Archives, we'll hear a 1986 episode of "Land and Sea" about the freighter Marine Transport and its journey up the coast of Labrador.

Download A lifeline to the north
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Could the sea cucumber be an emerging star of the Newfoundland and Labrador fishery?

Why the Canadian species, cucumaria, is one of the most coveted sea cucumbers in the world.

Download Could the sea cucumber be an emerging star of the Newfoundland and Labrador fishery?
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FISH-NL makes a final plea for harvesters' support.

For the first time in Canada, scientists dive into research about reefs and what's living there.

Download FISH-NL makes a final plea for harvesters' support.
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What is the future of cod on Newfoundland's south coast?

There is a glimmer of hope but not unless fishing rates are slowed.

Download What is the future of cod on Newfoundland's south coast?
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Protecting the ocean from industry.

We'll hear about new recommendations for Marine Protected Areas.Finding solutions to challenges in deep sea technology and arctic exploration. Holyrood looks for entrepreneurs.

Download Protecting the ocean from industry.
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Scientists sound an alarm about snow crab stocks

There's hope, a new management approach could avoid disaster. We'll hear from a Carbonear woman who says hard work won't kill you, it'll make you stronger.

Download Scientists sound an alarm about snow crab stocks
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The ocean is full of oppourtunities and Canada's Ocean Super Cluster hopes to dive right in

Mackerel fishers are about to stage a protest on the water, we'll tell you why.

Download The ocean is full of oppourtunities and Canada's Ocean Super Cluster hopes to dive right in
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Many say they're seeing more fish and would like to be able to fish more

How about the way the commercial cod fishery is being managed? One Fogo Island man calls it absolute foolishness.

Download Many say they're seeing more fish and would like to be able to fish more
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Some call them stuck-up sheep

In our weekly feature from the CBC Archives, we'll hear a 2000 episode of "Land and Sea" about The Alpacas of Port au Port.

Download Some call them stuck-up sheep
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It all begins with a man who bought a sawmill and taught himself how to run it

The 54th season of Land and Sea begins Sunday afternoon on CBC Television. How's the tourism in your town these days?

Download It all begins with a man who bought a sawmill and taught himself how to run it
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From seal seats in Labrador to seal meals in Quebec

Hear about the joys and challenges of marketing seal.

Download From seal seats in Labrador to seal meals in Quebec
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Tourism operators on or near the ocean boast a successful year

We'll check in on them to hear how this season went.

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For better or for worse

In our weekly feature from the CBC Archives, we'll hear a 1985 episode of "Land and Sea" - "Fishing Couples on Random Island."

Download For better or for worse
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A hero for the harbours

A Twillingate man is cleaning up the waters around wharves in this province on his own dime. A brand new school has opened up online and its lessons are all about the ocean.

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Uncovering the mysteries on the ocean's floor

We'll take you to a conference all about shallow water mapping. We'll tell you how average Canadians are helping piece together a clearer picture of the seabed.

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The stories behind the In Her Name vigil

The list of missing and murdered women and girls from NL has reached 138 now.

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Supplying the aquaculture industry

We'll hear about the plan for a full service centre in Marystown and the jobs that come with it. A 91 year old relives his memories on the water, from merchant marine to delivering goods to coastal Labrador.

Download Supplying the aquaculture industry
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The Labour Relations Board rejects FISH-NL's attempt to form a union for fish harvesters

We'll have reaction from the current union, the FFAW. We'll hear from a seniors citizen from Labrador honoured by the province.

Download The Labour Relations Board rejects FISH-NL's attempt to form a union for fish harvesters
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The Newfoundland Black Bear

In our weekly feature from the CBC Archives, we'll hear an episode of Land and Sea from 1986, the Newfoundland Black Bear.

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Making a case for aquaculture

A dean at the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management says true environmentalistsshould support aquaculture. And...we should all be eating more fish and shellfish. A thought provoking presentation from Steve Gaines.

Download Making a case for aquaculture
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Fishery or ocean complaint?

Get in touch with the Federal Standing Committee, plus getting rid of single use plastics at sea.

Download Fishery or ocean complaint?
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Two areas in rural Newfoundland and Labrador experiencing some success

We take you to Triton where little mussels are turning into big business and to Main Brook on the Northern Peninsula where a cod processing comeback has created optimism.

Download Two areas in rural Newfoundland and Labrador experiencing some success
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We'll hear about some good news for a town in Bonavista Bay

Scientists can now prove salmon escaping from fish farms are breeding with wild stocks and possibly contributing to the decline in wild numbers. We'll hear about the research.

Download We'll hear about some good news for a town in Bonavista Bay
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Innu Caribou Hunt

In our weekly feature from the CBC Archives, we'll hear a 1980 episode of Land and Sea - Innu Caribou Hunt.

Download Innu Caribou Hunt
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Taking action to protect the health of the ocean

We'll take you to Halifax where G7 countries are meeting to talk about plastics, research and over fishing. What can you do as an individual to protect the ocean?

Download Taking action to protect the health of the ocean
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Lifting a freeze on sealing licences

One company in the seal oil market says the federal government needs to get behind the industry. We'll update a project to document punts, rodneys, skiffs and canoes all over the province.

Download Lifting a freeze on sealing licences
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Managing the ocean

A professor of fishery economics and management makes suggestions. Could aquaculture be good for sales of fresh wild fish?

Download Managing the ocean
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Telling the truth about the seal hunt

We'll hear from a seal oil producer no longer afraid to talk about the source of their Omega-3. We'll take you to Marystown where there are mixed opinions on the big aquaculture project planned for that area.

Download Telling the truth about the seal hunt
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Caring for the wild Atlantic salmon

In our weekly feature from the CBC archives we'll hear a 1985 episode of Land & Sea - Salmon For The Rocky River.

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The Atlantic Salmon Federation thinks a green light on Greig's aquaculture project has been given in haste

A local designer working with cod skin and seal leather. We'll hear her experiences with the politics of the pelt.

Download The Atlantic Salmon Federation thinks a green light on Greig's aquaculture project has been given in haste
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Conflict of interest

Former federal fisheries minister Dominic LeBlanc broke the rules when issuing a new surf clam license.

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A British Columbia man is pushing for a seal cull on the west coast

Meet a local maker stitching up coastal kicks. Stylish shoes and boots all made from seal.

Download A British Columbia man is pushing for a seal cull on the west coast
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The province announces it will be an investor in Greig's aquaculture project in Placentia Bay

The Salmonid Association of Eastern Newfoundland is not too happy about the project or the province's involvement, We'll hear from that group too.

Download The province announces it will be an investor in Greig's aquaculture project in Placentia Bay
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Men of the salt water, sailing on a fresh water sea

In our weekly feature from the CBC Archives, we'll hear a 1986 episode of "Land and Sea", Working on the Great Lakes.

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What could be Canada's largest aquaculture project gets the go ahead in this province

We'll have reaction on both sides of the issue. A 102 year old trap skiff gets a new life on the water.

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The little sea cucumber is causing a big fuss in the Newfoundland fishery

Come along to Gros Morne National Park to the Broom Point Fishing Premises.

Download The little sea cucumber is causing a big fuss in the Newfoundland fishery
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Waste not want not

We'll hear about a northern peninsula venture making good use of fish and animal waste. Should fish harvesters qualify for an employment insurance extension program?

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Fogo Island 1983

In our weekly feature from the CBC Archives, we'll hear a 1984 episode of "Land and Sea" about the Fogo Island fishery and the co-op formed by fishermen in the 1960's.

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The fight to save the wharf in Terranceville

Looking for sea urchins in Baie Verte and a former cabinet minister on her love of salmon.

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Here to stay, green crab spreading around the province

Seafood fraud - an investigation found 44% of seafood was sold as something it wasn't.

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Money for research on salmon and their rivers

The Atlantic Salmon Federation wants a more comprehensive environmental assessment for the expansion of a hatchery.

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The quest for plastics that break down instead of polluting the ocean

Getting up close and personal with a sea cucumber.

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Caught in the middle

In our weekly feature from the CBC Archives, we'll hear a 1984 episode of "Land and Sea" about the commercial fishery for Atlantic salmon.

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Confusion over a 5 week EI extension

Plant workers qualify but what about fish harvesters. Green crab are spreading around the island.

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Planting eel grass in Placentia Bay

Memorial University Master student Emma Cooke and her juvenile cod research.

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Women with connections to the fishery

A researcher is comparing Britain with this province. The aquaculture industry takes offence with an FFAW statement.

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Who's a fish harvester and who isn't ?

The FFAW and FISH-NL make arguments before the Labour Relations Board. The Aquaculture Industry Association responds to critics who say there aren't enough processing jobs.

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Fulfilling a dream

In our weekly feature from the CBC Archives, we'll hear a 1982 episode of "Land and Sea" featuring the skipper of the seiner, Silver Dolphin.

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Chief Misel Joe vying for a new surf clam licence

If they can't keep a couple of fish plants operating, what's the point of aquaculture on the south coast.

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Hard times in St. Alban's

Rounding up salmon with a net in Hermitage Bay.

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Netting salmon in Hermitage Bay

The new federal fisheries minister Jonathan Wilkinson held a scrum in St. John's today, talking about surf clams, aquaculture and seals.

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Grand Bank mayor isn't impressed with the cancellation of the transfer of a surf clam quota

We'll head to Twillingate to hear about the longliner and wharf fire.

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Heading back home

In our weekly feature from the CBC Archives, we'll hear part two of a special 1984 episode of "Land and Sea" and meet a Newfoundlander who traced his roots from this island to another on the other side of the North Atlantic.

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New rules are supposed to keep boaters away from whales, but are they being followed. We'll give you a chance to win some whale swag.

We're also talking salmon science, why salmon farm escapes are bad newswild salmon...and scientists defend their work in Labrador in the face of criticism.

Download New rules are supposed to keep boaters away from whales, but are they being followed. We'll give you a chance to win some whale swag.
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Lodges in Labrador say the decision to stop letting fishermen keep salmon isn't just bad for business, it's based on bad science.

And after years of lobbying, the oil is set to be pumped out of the ship wreck of the Manolis L

Download Lodges in Labrador say the decision to stop letting fishermen keep salmon isn't just bad for business, it's based on bad science.
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Cook Aquaculture has lost thousands of salmon on the south coast, that has the Atlantic Salmon Federation calling for new new penalties for companies who allow salmon to escape.

And these baby belugas won't escape with the watchful eye of a beluga babysitter!

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For DFO, size matters, find out why students are recording the size of fish caught in the food fishery

And when the cod is gone, what resource do you turn to? For one Quebec town, it's berries, we'll head to the lower north shore

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It's a sentimental journey, and a voyage of discovery.

In our weekly feature from the CBC Archives, we'll hear a special 1984 episode of "Land and Sea" about two Newfoundlanders who traced their roots. The quest took them back across the sea to the lands of their ancestors.

Download It's a sentimental journey, and a voyage of discovery.
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More capelin out there anyone expected. Are the scientists taken by surprise? Did they call it wrong? Do they need to rethink their approach?

We'll examine the capelin game on this episode of The Broadcast.

Download More capelin out there anyone expected. Are the scientists taken by surprise? Did they call it wrong? Do they need to rethink their approach?
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Capelin, capelin everywhere. But not enough in your boat. The pelagics are defying the science.

And he's no lifeguard. But he's a life saver. A boy describes his daring rescue off the beach at Northern Bay Sands

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A story so large, it almost defies telling. But a new book digs even deeper into the remarkable life of Bob Bartlett.

And are you watching the whales? Or are they watching you? Not always easy to tell, up on the Northern Pen.

Download A story so large, it almost defies telling. But a new book digs even deeper into the remarkable life of Bob Bartlett.
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She doesn't see the same ocean as you and me, because she sees it from the inside out.

And whatever happened to those houses that sailed across the water back in the resettlement years. We'll check in with one of them out past Port Rexton.

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"It's a promising business."

In our weekly feature from the CBC Archives, we'll hear a 1985 episode of "Land and Sea" about the growth of a new harvest. Coming up, "Strawberry Fever."

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300-million barrels of oil is nothing to sneeze at

If you're looking for a meal of wild salmon, you might be out of luck. After forty years, he's packing up the tackle box and heading home.

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More legal clout for the Atlantic Ocean

Stan Tobin walks a very different beach. After a decade of no capelin, he's up to his ankles in spawn.

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A fresh voice on the aquaculture debate says it's time to start putting fish farms where the fish eaters are

Every outport tells a story, or several stories, and the Hant's Harbour museum will tell you more than it's share.

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It's served alive, with a hole cut in its belly

Sea urchin roe is a special kind of seafood treat. Ships in peril, ships lost, ships making a run for it, there's no end of sea stories, and Robert Parsons keeps collecting them.

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Farming in Lethbridge

In our weekly feature from the CBC Archives, we'll hear a 1984 episode of "Land and Sea" about the Peddles, the farming family of Lethbridge.

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For the rest of this season, the salmon fishery in Newfoundland is restricted to catch-and-release

After a series of tragic deaths in our waters, safety is a message we need to hear one more time. We check in with the five hundred-year-old treasures of the Placentia museum.

Download For the rest of this season, the salmon fishery in Newfoundland is restricted to catch-and-release
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Bad news on the Newfoundland salmon fishery

DFO scientists say a meal of wild salmon shouldn't be on anyone's menu for the rest of this summer. We've got a new federal fisheries minister from Vancouver. No bayman credentials whatsoever. Is that a cause for worry?

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Chilly Canadian north is losing its chill and Labrador is no exception to the warming trend

The catch of the day isn't on the end of a hook, not when you take a deep dive with your camera in tow.

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From the Sikhs to the mysterious church organ to the legendary Regatta crew of 1901

The price is soaring, the Asians can`t get enough of it. Why wouldn`t we try to maximize our production of sea urchin roe.

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A visit to Francois

In our weekly feature from the CBC Archives, we'll hear a 1984 episode of "Land and Sea" about an isolated community on the island's south coast.

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A piece of Newfoundland history that refuses to become history

You might know your ocean. But how well can you read it? Yes, that's a trick question, and ocean experts from across the country are asking it this weekend.

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New whale-watching rules

So much of our history is made up of stories that don't get told. Thanks to the folks at the local museum, a few of those stories are being told in Cow Head.

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What's really down there? For large parts of the Labrador Sea the answer is, we just don't know

Is it just old junk, cluttering up the shed? Or is it your history? In Hibb's Cove, they figured out the answer just in time.

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Want to help save the planet? Then maybe you should try eating more farmed seafood

What's on display at the local museum? We'll spend the next few weeks helping you find history and heritage in every nook and cranny.

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Of fish and peat

In our weekly feature from the CBC Archives, we'll hear a 1984 episode of "Land and Sea" about the tiny community of St. Shott's on the southern tip of the Avalon Peninsula.

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Federal money to expand the boat basin in St. John's

A new beach in Ship Cove, will the capelin take to it? Tied up too long, scallop harvester want at in on the St. Pierre Bank.

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A lifetime in the fishery and growing up on Brunette Island

A student studying coastal communities and climate change, he travelled 1600 kiilometres by bicycle to get here for a conference.

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ISA in Newfoundland waters

The capelin have rolled in Ship Cove and that's a big deal because only last year work started to fix up a wrecked beach.

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It's one of the province's biggest tourist attractions

but in the beginning, the national park on the island's west coast wasn't so popular with the locals. In our weekly feature from the CBC Archives, we'll hear a 1982 episode of "Land and Sea" called Living Near Gros Morne.

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Whales tails off St. John's harbour

A giant energy turbine in the Bay of Fundy and the plan to restore ocean habitat in Placentia Bay.

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Just another day at the office for Les Fudge

The skipper of the Little Jack makes it back to Burin with a damaged boat and a very bad list. OCI CEO Blaine Sullivan on today's challenges in the seafood industry. Plus another instalment of our What's Down There? series.

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Electronic logging of your catches is coming

Ocean Super-clusters, how might they work here.

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The Atlantic Salmon Federation is critical of Greig NL's environmental impact statement

An avid angler is finding more worms in wild salmon, the captain of a burning boat tells a tale and Greig NL's environmental impact statement under attack.

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A woman of Labrador

In our weekly feature from the CBC Archives, we'll hear a 1984 episode of "Land and Sea" about Aunt Lydia Campbell.

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Fisheries Minister Gerry Byrne steamed with Daley Brothers Limited

John Risley breaks his silence on the decision to strip 25 per cent of the surf clam quota from Clearwater Fine Foods. The province's offshore oil and gas industries association wants you to know how valuable the oil industry is to this province.

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Money goes where it's wanted

NOIA kicks off its annual conference with complaints about laborious environmental regulations.

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Surveying Alaskan crew members about risk at sea.

A retired fish harvester in Salvage with his thoughts on conservation and the future...

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A call for action on seals

A visit to Admiralty House Communications Museum in Mt. Pearl to see an exhibit called Faces of the Florizel.

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Going "down north."

In our weekly feature from the CBC Archives, we'll hear a 1984 episode of "Land and Sea" about a family from Bryant's Cove and their annual trip to Five Islands, a summer fishing station in southern Labrador.

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Cuts too deep or not enough

Differing views on the 25% reduction in the Northern cod quota. DFO answers questions about the recreational ground fishery.

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Start your engines - dates for the recreational cod fishery are just announced

Asking fishermen about safety.

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The Newfoundland Salt Company getting a fair shake in Bonavista

Rhodoliths, we have lots of them but what are they.

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A return to Fair Island

In our weekly feature from the CBC Archives, we'll hear a 1983 episode of "Land and Sea" about going back to the resettled outport, more than 20 years after the former residents floated their homes across the bay.

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Celebrating World Oceans Day on Middle Cove Beach

A social media campaign to ban single use plastic bags.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:23:53]


The crab aren't crawling due to slobby water offshore

The keenest salmon anglers on the Avalon peninsula drive 8 hours to get a licence.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:20:55]


A redfish recovery in jeopardy?

We'll hear from the captain of the Coast Guard ship that helped in the rescue of the Ocean Surfer Two.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:17:36]


Another New Harbour surprise for fisheries minister, Gerry Byrne

The crew of the Ocean Surfer Two make is home in raging seas without being able to steer.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:24:37]


Those reliable Cansos

In our weekly feature from the CBC Archives, we'll hear a 1984 episode of "Land and Sea" about the pilots and planes in the province's water bomber fleet.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:24:30]


A team from Memorial are heading to the States for an ROV competition

A hearing to determine who actually is a fish harvester, harder done than said. Leo Hearn rides part of his stage in Petty Harbour.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:19:16]


Mussels On The Corner, a local restaurant focusing on a local product

Haddock fish and chips?? DFO has been trying to get a number on capelin stocks.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:20:54]


Trouble in the waters in Southern Harbour

A researcher is in Salvage is taking notes and looking at how the place is changing. Is there an up side to climate change?

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[mp3 file: runs 00:23:30]


Trying to make sense of salmon regulations in this province

Commercial salmon fishing in Greenland and the Faroe Islands is being halted for the next 12 years.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:24:04]


According to the last census, thirteen hundred people lived in Burgeo in 2016

About half the number "Land and Sea's" Paul Harrington found when he visited the fishing community 34 years earlier, as we'll hear in this week's archival feature.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:24:26]


It's the big one that didn't get away

A 285 pound halibut, a check in on how the crab fishery is going and surf clams.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:23:04]


Does mauzy weather help capelin eggs on our beaches?

A tour boat operator says what's the delay, when's DFO going to let us know about the recreational cod fishery?

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[mp3 file: runs 00:20:09]


Marine Dreams, waiting on the recreational cod fishery

The Fish Depot in St. John's is doing a bustling business this time of year. Researchers at Memorial University recently published a paper with some good news about ocean plastics.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:18:42]


It was hard, hard times for Bonavista fishermen in 1986

This week's feature from the Land and Sea Archives, tells their story, one of a failing fishery.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:24:52]


Millions of missing storm petrels?

National Seal Products Day was celebrated today in the lobby of the Confederation Building. There was a podium for speeches from politicians, the FFAW and the Craft Council.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:20:31]


Oil and gas don't mix with marine protection

Should anglers be allowed to catch more salmon in Labrador.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:20:50]


FISH-NL and the FFAW visit the Labour Relations Board

Junior high and high school students show off their submersible ROV's in a competition. A beautiful day out there and the seals at the Ocean Science Center in Logy Bay are soaking it in.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:21:23]


 

 

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