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MONDAY, MAY 29th, 2023

Trouble brewing if Royal Greenland doesn’t start buying crab from under 40: SEA-NL

Seaward Enterprises Association of Newfoundland and Labrador (SEA-NL) says enterprise owners in the under 40’ fleet warn there will be trouble if Quin-Sea/Royal Greenland doesn’t start buying snow crab from them, and processing companies are not reined in.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 24th, 2023

SEA-NL relaunches Pot to Plate; public encouraged to buy snow crab from inshore boats at the wharf

Seaward Enterprises Association of Newfoundland and Labrador (SEA-NL) has relaunched its Pot to Plate program to connect inshore boats directly with the public interested in buying snow crab for personal consumption.

THURSDAY, MAY 18th, 2023

Pretty over his head; FFAW leader unaware inshore fishery excluded from federal Competition Act

Seaward Enterprises Association of Newfoundland and Labrador (SEA-NL) accuses the president of the FFAW- Unifor of being in over his head in calling for the Competition Bureau of Canada to investigate the inshore fishery when much of it is excluded from the federal act.

Tuesday, May 9th, 2023

Dedicated search and rescue air base
for Labrador one step closer: SEA-NL 

Seaward Enterprises Association of Newfoundland and Labrador (SEA-NL) congratulates board member Merv Wiseman for spearheading a resolution approved this past weekend by the Liberal Party of Canada to designate a search and rescue (SAR) air base for Labrador.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, May 5th, 2023

SEA-NL demands province intervene
in northern shrimp ‘hostage situation’

Seaward Enterprises Association of Newfoundland and Labrador (SEA-NL) demands the provincial government immediately intervene in the case of two shrimp boats from Port au Choix that are being denied ice from local supplies because they plan to sell their catches in New Brunswick.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 3rd, 2023

SEA-NL demands province order ‘serious’, sweeping review of fish-price setting system

Seaward Enterprises Association of Newfoundland and Labrador (SEA-NL) demands the provincial government order a “serious” and sweeping investigation into the broken fish price-setting system after last year’s token review failed to fix it.