Archived – Decisions for Atlantic Canada, Quebec and the Arctic - 2011

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Fisheries decisions in Atlantic Canada, Quebec and the Arctic include fisheries off the coast of New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Prince Edward Island and Quebec, within Canada’s 200-mile limit.

Visit the Fisheries Openings and Closures page for ongoing fisheries management updates including variation orders and prohibition orders. The Fisheries Renewal section of the site also contains important information about fisheries management, including access and allocation to resources within Canada’s fisheries.

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Shellfish and Invertebrates

Fish

Marine Mammals

2011 Decisions

Atlantic Cod

Atlantic Halibut

Capelin

Clam

Crab (Rock)

Crab (Snow)

Crab (Toad)

Groundfish (including Cod)

Groundfish (Non Cod)

Herring

Lobster

Lumpfish

Scallop

Sea Urchin

Seal

Shrimp

Surf Clam (Stimpson)

Yellowtail Flounder

Whelk