Atlantic Fisheries Fund - $641,518 for Newfoundland and Labrador fish harvesters
Fisheries and Oceans Canada and the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador are pleased to announce $641,518 for eight fish harvesters through the Atlantic Fisheries Fund.
The funding will improve the effectiveness, quality and sustainability of the fish and seafood sector by supplying the fish harvesters with automated longline hauler systems and insulated tubs. Automated longline systems will enable the harvesters to move from a labour intensive fishing operation to one that utilizes the latest technology, and which will improve the quality of fish landed and maximize the landed value.
|Recipient||AFF funding||Location||Project description|
|David Wyman Patey and Dean Patey||$36,986||St. Anthony, Northern Peninsula||Install automated longline hauler on existing vessel|
|Jocelyn & Brothers Ltd. And Derrick Bath||$99,960||Durrell, Twillingate||Install automated longline hauler on existing vessel|
|Dwight Russell Enterprises||$99,813||Mary’s Harbour, Labrador||Install automated longline hauler on existing vessel|
|Russell's Fisheries Ltd. and Allister Russell Labrador||$99,998||Mary’s Harbour, Labrador||Install slurry ice system on new vessel|
|David Michael Hickey||$99,000||Petty Harbour, Avalon Peninsula||Install automated longline hauler on existing vessel|
|Clarke and Sons Fishing||$99,977||St. John’s, Avalon Peninsula||Install slurry ice system on new vessel|
|Dion Lavers||$24,104||Port aux Choix, Northern Peninsula||Install automated longline hauler on existing vessel|
|Alton Rumbolt||$81,680||St Mary’s Harbour, Labrador||Install automated longline hauler on existing vessel|
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