study of the physical capacity and capital investment in Nova Scotia"s fish processing industry

by Co-Fish Consultants Ltd.

Publisher: Program Coordination and Economics Branch, Scotia-Fundy Region, Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans in Halifax, N.S

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  • Fishery processing industries -- Nova Scotia -- Capital investments -- Statistics.,
  • Fishery processing industries -- Nova Scotia -- Industrial capacity -- Statistics.

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Nova Scotia Fisheries funding boost. The Government of Canada and the Province of Nova Scotia has announced funding support to 11 regional organizations through the Atlantic Fisheries Fund. The funding—a total contribution of more than $ million—will see the implementation of innovative projects and new technologies in the fish and seafood sector. Project Highlights Deep Vision Inc. Nova Scotians are encouraged to gear up and head to one of the province’s open waterways to enjoy this winter’s sportfishing season. “Winter sportfishing is a great way for people of all ages to enjoy the outdoors,” says Fisheries and Aquaculture Minister Keith Colwell. Using Thisfish, a seafood tracking and traceability system, they were able to keep track of where the fish ended up and show consumers where it came from. Now Dave and Jordan wanted to expand to cover more of Nova Scotia: more local fishing boats, more sustainably-caught fish, more local processing, more local direct marketing. Fisheries Safety Association of Nova Scotia, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. 2, likes 34 talking about this 11 were here. Enhancing Safety in the Fisheries Industry.

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Seafood processing a fragmented sector. The Nova Scotia processing sector consists of some active companies, all but a handful of which are small and specialized with limited market reach and little or no marketing and product development capacity.

Most operate independently from the harvesting sector, resulting in intense competition for rawFile Size: 1MB. Nova Scotia's Fishing Industry Comparing Total Landings Ground Fish Groundfish Landings Ground fish are fish that are fished from the bottom of a body of water. There are 13 fish of fish in this category, and a total of 49, metric tonnes are harvested in Nova Scotia.

Pelagic. Nova Scotia dominates the Canadian haddock fishery with annual landings of neamt inworth over $20 million. While there is some processing capacity in Nova Scotia, the majority of haddock is shipped unprocessed to the U.S.

Haddock is popular on maritime menus and can be deep fried, pan fried, baked, poached or smoked. meeting with members of the seafood processing sector to discuss the recently released study, Nova Scotia Seafood Processing Sector - state of the industry and competitive assessment.

Building on the findings, the study makes several recommendations. These were the focus of discussion by the participants at the meeting. Nova Scotian companies played a significant part in achieving the ONE Nova Scotia goal of doubling seafood exports by – we got there in The $ million Atlantic Fisheries Fund began to accept applications in The province has committed almost $38 million over its seven-year lifespan, including an additional investment of more.

HALIFAX—A new aquatic ecosystem study in Nova Scotia dubbed the largest of its kind in the Maritimes will see First Nations partners taking the reins as they work alongside academics.

Nova Scotia's fishing industry continues to be the deadliest workplace in the province because health and safety are not priorities, a legislature committee heard Wednesday. Full report available here Halifax: Seven years after the Nova Scotia Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture (NS DFA) issued their first and only report on environmental monitoring at aquaculture sites in the province, an updated report indicates that open pen finfish farms are having a negative impact on the environment.

According to the new report, there was a significant increase in the. HALIFAX, Nova Scotia, Nov. 13, (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Oceana Canada’s latest annual report on the state of Canada’s fisheries was released today, revealing that the health of fish.

Industry Capacity Building and Training; For further information on careers, training and employment opportunities in the seafood processing, fish harvesting and aquaculture sectors in Nova Scotia, please visit our site. This site offers a “one stop” portal that will help potential new entrants learn more about the industry.

Nova Scotia is committed to investing in our facilities, research and innovation focusing on creating value added and customer specific products, and improving energy efficiency. Seafood processing currently employs an estima Nova Scotians, and. The Nova Scotia government is spending $ million on the aquaculture industry just as it opens up the sector to new applications for ocean-based farming operations.

Nova Scotia Seafood International Brand. Inthe Nova Scotia Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture launched the Nova Scotia Seafood brand to promote Nova Scotia seafood in key international markets such as Asia, Europe, and the United States.

The brand is designed to raise the value and awareness of Nova Scotia seafood through retail and food service promotions, marketing. Smallmouth Bass. The smallmouth bass is a freshwater fish originally found in lakes and rivers of eastern and central North America. As a result of widespread introductions, it now ranges from south and central Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, south to Georgia, west to Oklahoma, north to Minnesota, west to North Dakota, and east from southern Manitoba to Quebec.

Keith Colwell, aquaculture minister of Nova Scotia approved the changes that will be implemented as soon as this week.

"Now if a fish escapes, once this is all in place, we can track the fish right back to the pen [from which] it escapes," said Colwell in media reports. Ap Dartmouth, Nova Scotia — With the longest coastline in the world, Canada’s coastal communities rely on the fish and seafood industry as an important contributor to local economies.

This is why the Government of Canada and the Province of Nova Scotia today announced funding support to 11 regional organizations through the Atlantic Fisheries Fund. Nova Scotia’s thriving seafood companies, fish harvesters and processors export the highest quality fish and shellfish from the North Atlantic worldwide.

Information Communications Technology Nova Scotia is a leading data analytics hub in Canada, supported by globally competitive companies and world-renowned academic institutions. Canada's East Coast, Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia provides everything your business needs to be globally competitive — a diverse and growing workforce, strategic access to global markets and cost-competitive proof is in the numbers and backed by industry publications like FDi Magazine’s -leading companies who locate and expand in Nova Scotia are benefitting from.

Coldwater Lobster Association (CLA) will conduct a pilot study on the effectiveness and practicality of rope-less fishing gear technology for the commercial lobster industry within lobster Fishing.

The fishing and fish processing industry is one of the most dangerous in Nova Scotia. Every year, hundreds of Nova Scotians are injured growing, harvesting, and processing fish. In95 workers were injured in the industry, which works out to % of total workplace injuries.

Workplace injury has tragic human and financial consequences. Mission Statement. The Nova Scotia Fisheries Sector Council (NSFSC) is dedicated to planning and implementing human resource development strategies to attract new entrants to aquaculture, fish harvesting and processing careers, and promoting competitiveness and higher quality standards for seafood products.

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Atlantic coast fishing industry, namely, a lack of adequate investment capital. Several other persons have supported the point of view that, since Canada now has control over its fishery re­ sources, steps must be taken im­ mediately to modernize the industry's harvesting and processing capacity.

Offshore Energy Research Association’s investment of $, represents Nova Scotia’s contribution to these projects. Innovate UK is contributing $, with remaining funding being provided by federal government agencies and private industry in both Canada and the United Kingdom.

More information is available at Source. Conservation and Fisheries Officers (NOC ) in All Engineering, Math, Science, and Information Technology. This group includes conservation and fishery officers, inspectors and observers who enforce federal and provincial regulations established for the protection of fish, wildlife and other natural resources and collect and relay information on resource management.

4 Nova Scotia’s Cap-and-Trade Program: Regulatory Framework Nova Scotia’s greenhouse gas emissions Nova Scotia is a national leader in reducing GHG emissions. Emissions within the province have been declining over the past decade.

InNova Scotia set a target in legislation to reduce GHG emissions to at least 10% below levels by Canada, Nova Scotia Invest in New Technology and Trade in Fish and Seafood.

The Government of Canada, alongside the Province of Nova Scotia, announced funding to several local endeavors through the Atlantic Fisheries Fund. The fish and seafood industry.

Expert industry market research to help you make better business decisions, faster. Industry market research reports, statistics, analysis, data, trends and forecasts. This would require processing 1 MT of dried seaweed.

To allow for variations in the harvest, available seaweed sources should exceed these tonnages by %. Initial investment for procurement, production, and marketing has been estimated to be $ 4 - $ 6. The British conquered Nova Scotia in and all of New France byfollowed by increased settlement and exploitation of marine resources as inshore fisheries expanded to the offshore regions.

As early as the late s the reduction of the pollock, mackerel, cod, and herring fisheries in the Bay of Fundy was noted (Collins and Rathburn.• Natural capital includes the value of fish stocks remaining in the ocean.

Inthe natural capital in Nova Scotia’s cod stocks was about $74 million lower than in InNova Scotia’s haddock stocks had depreciated by about $53 million compared to the level in the early s.© Nova Scotia. Powered By.