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Communal Commercial Fisheries

Our Fisheries [Listuguj Fisheries]

Publisher: 
Listuguj Fisheries
Year of publication: 
2012

"The Listuguj communal fisheries are composed of many aspects. Initially, this sector came into being through the unfolding of key historical events and continues to thrive by honouring our traditionally-inherited Native rights to fish"

Fisherman's Pride - Licenses [Minigoo Fisheries]

Publisher: 
Minigoo Fisheries
Year of publication: 
2012

"Licences held by the Lennox Island First Nation are communal and operated by the band. As part of our business plan Lennox Island will be undertaken to better utilize existing licences within the Lennox Island community and through partnerships outside of Lennox Island. "

Fisherman's Pride [Minigoo Fisheries]

Publisher: 
Minigoo Fisheries
Year of publication: 
2012

"Fisherman's Pride Inc. is a primary resource harvester and seller of inshore seafood, based on the Lennox Island First Nation reserve, on Lennox Island. Fisherman's Pride is a communal commercial stakeholder in the inshore fishery, owning and administering a variety of fishery licenses and quotas. "

Aboriginal Seafood Network (ASN) [New Brunswick Aboriginal Peoples Council, NBAPC]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Aboriginal Peoples Council (NBAPC)
Year of publication: 
2012

"Aboriginal Seafood Network Inc. (ASN) is an Aboriginal Communal Commercial Fisheries Enterprise which is managed by a stand alone manager and has one shareholder which is the New Brunswick Aboriginal Peoples Council and has a clearer mandate or vision to focus on economic growth through resource access and aim towards viability and stability of ASN."

Oceans Management [Maritime Aboriginal Aquatic Resources Secretariate, MAARS]

Publisher: 
Maritime Aboriginal Aquatic Resources Secretariate (MAARS)
Year of publication: 
2012

"The social well being and continuum of our Aboriginal coastal communities needs to be considered when planning and identifying opportunities to promote the social capital of all citizens. When undertaking oceans resources economic development initiatives in a region or country, the inclusion of Aboriginal Peoples economic development interests is vital."

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