‘This is about people’s livelihoods’: North on Nova Scotia lobster dispute

‘This is about people’s livelihoods’: North on Nova Scotia lobster dispute 1


Former Grand Chief Sheila North weighs in on the lobster dispute between commercial and Mi’kmaq fishers in Nova Scotia.

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33 Comments on "‘This is about people’s livelihoods’: North on Nova Scotia lobster dispute"

  1. Greed will kill the lobster industry.

  2. Why are they asking a lady from Winnipeg to comment about a situation that is going on in N.S? I say let them live off the land all you want. But no more financial support from the Gov.

  3. November 28 is the 332nd day of the year (333rd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. 33 days remain until the end of the year turn off all internet for 3 days and live The Holly Trinity!

  4. This is what happens when you have two set of rules… how about you grow up and play by the same rules instead of crying about how you deserve privileges because you got taking over 200 years ago

  5. So the lockdowns which have shuttered 56k businesses since March aren’t “people’s livelihood”???

  6. All of this anger is being fueled by Rona and the force lockdown and government over-reach. We need to fight the government at every turn on this fake plague

  7. Two sides to a story

  8. You should have diversified your economy. Its your own fault.

    • Interesting thought. I wish you didn’t have to present it with what feels like an attack. It’s true that lack of diversification has killed old business, but I’m not sure if it’s the same thing here. Very complicated issues. But we need to have open and chill conversations. I hope your day is great.

  9. Benjamin Anderson | October 19, 2020 at 4:53 PM | Reply

    Okay, then any lobster fishermen who want to catch lobster outside of the lobster fishing season, should be expected to catch lobsters like their forefathers. No gasoline boats, and handmade nets. But that isn’t what is happening here. There shouldn’t be violence, but if you want to fish like the generations before you, then fish like the generations before you.

  10. One rule for all

  11. How about some balanced reporting? I’d like to hear from the everyone but a drop of fn blood please

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