- Partner News
- Media Releases
- Mainstream News
February 26, 2021
The largest Mi’kmaq community in the Atlantic, Eskasoni in Nova Scotia, is preparing to take up a subsistence fishery in turn.
Fishermen gathered in Eskasoni this week to discuss the plan. The captain Jibby paul says they are going to focus on lobster first and that this fishery will “probably»Start in May.
Fishermen from Eskasoni joined counterparts from Potlotek last fall who conducted one of the first self-regulating Aboriginal fisheries in Nova Scotia.
180 total views, 2 views today