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Here you will be able to find learning modules, be able to order CDs, pamphlets and books, studies, policies, court decisions and more specifically for the fish harvesting industry.

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    Sparrow Supreme Court of Canada Decision
    Type: Download
    Marshall Supreme Court of Canada Decision
    Type: Download
    Delgamuukw Supreme Court Decision
    Type: Download
    Assessing the Skills Needs of Aboriginal Fish Harvesters in Canada

    The purpose of the report is to provide the Canadian Council of Professional Fish Harvesters with a situational analysis of the human resource activities and needs in the most developed Aboriginal commercial fisheries in Canada.

    Type: Download
    Some issues concerning the future of Canada's owner-operator fleets

    A presentation to the Standing Committee on Fisheries and Oceans - Some issues concerning the future of Canada's owner-operator fleets.

    Type: Download
    The Future of Canada's Commercial Fisheries

    Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) is meeting with stakeholders and Aboriginal groups to discuss ways to modernize fisheries management.

    Type: Download
    Setting a New Course - CD

    Phase II

    The Canadian Council of Professional Fish Harvesters is pleased to release Setting a New Course, the first major study to deal exclusively with the economics and human resources needs of Canada’s independent owner-operator fishery.

    Type: Mail Order
    Setting a New Course
    Phase II The Canadian Council of Professional Fish Harvesters is pleased to release Setting a New Course, the first major study to deal exclusively with the economics and human resources needs of Canada’s independent owner-operator fishery.Type: Download
    The Lobster Node

    This program is intended for those interested in lobster data collection and is the Phase 1 of the Canadian Capture Fisheries Research Network Lobster Node.  It includes a bilingual DVD with a power point, a video presentation, a copy of a data sheet, standard operation procedure for measuri

    Type: Mail Order
    Preserving the Independence of the Inshore Fleet in Canada's Atlantic Fisheries
    During the AFPR consultation process, inshore fleets expressed widespread concerns that the fleet separation policy is being undermined by an apparent proliferation of “trust agreements” and asked that Fisheries and Oceans Canada close so-called “loopholes” in the policy that allow this to happen.Type: Download