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Everything you should know about open net-pens aquaculture. Everything you'll need to take action.
2016 - Industrial aquaculture and the politics of resignation
Marine Policy, Elsevier Ltd.
Benjamin Rigby, Reade Davis, Dean Bavington, Christopher Baird (2016)
Memorial University of Newfoundland
2016 - Contentious mobilities and Cheap(er) Labour: Temporary Foreign Workers in a New Brunswick Seafood Processing Community
Canadian Journal of Sociology
Christine Knott (2016)
2014 - A New Regulatory Framework for Low-Impact/High-Value Aquaculture in Nova Scotia.
The Final Report of the Independent Aquaculture Regulatory Review for Nova Scotia
Meinhard Doelle and William Lahey (2014)
Land Based RAS and Open Pen Salmon Aquaculture: Comparative Economic and Environmental Assessment
The Conservation Fund
TrondW. Rosten, KristianHenriksen, Erik Skontorp Hognes, Brian Vinci, Steven Summerfelt
2019 - Artifishal produced by Patagonia
2016 - Salmon Wars - by Silver Donald Cameron and Chris Beckett
April 7, 2020 - The Chronicle Herald
Politicians can’t evade aquaculture responsibility
April 1, 2020 - The Chronicle Herald
Why don’t politicians listen to fish farm opposition?
March 20, 2020 - The Chronicle Herald
End looms for open-pen salmon farms — time for Atlantic Canada to get on board
March 9, 2020 - The Chronicle Herald
Take it from a reluctant ‘activist’: aquaculture a noxious industry
January 31, 2020 - The Chronicle Herald
Five knocks against farming salmon along Nova Scotia coast
January 15, 2020 (p 13) - Masthead News
Twin Bays Coalition Says “No!” to Open-Net Pens
Geoff Le Boutillier (St. Margaret’s Bay) & Syd Dumaresq (Mahone Bay)