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European Migratory Fishery: Newfoundland and
Newfoundland with its adjacent waters was originally viewed as a cod fishery, a useful and increasingly important supplement to fisheries carried on in European waters.
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Newfoundland and Labrador Facts - Information
Key facts about the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada - geography, government and industry.
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Canadian Fathers of Confederation Canada
Canadian Fathers of Confederation - the representatives of British North America colonies who attended the three major conferences on Canadian Confederation.
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The 16th Century International Fishery: Newfo
The 16th Century International Fishery--Exploration--Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage Web As the Icelandic fishery declined, the English expanded their Newfoundland fishery.
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The Newfoundland Fishery - a Descriptive Anal
Historically, the fishery has been the mainstay of the Newfoundland economy (Copes 1970). The first occupational census, collected in 1857, reveals that in that year, fully ninety percent
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Maritime Archaic Tradition
A brief description of the Maritime Archaic Tradition
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Backgrounders
Changes to the management measures for the 2006 Recreational Groundfish fishery in Newfoundland and Labrador and the Lower North Shore of Quebec will provide greater access to recreational
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We Will Never Run Out of Oil - Revisited
An article I published a few years ago with the title "We Will Never Run Out of Oil" generated quite a bit of positive feedback as well as a great deal of criticism from believers in "peak
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Backgrounders
FAQ: 2007 RECREATIONAL GROUNDFISH FISHERY NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR
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Fishery Products International
Newfoundland based international seafood enterprise that produces and markets a full range of primary and value added seafood products including
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