Profile of Carla Allen

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  • Family full of characters sought for film

    If you know a similar family in Nova Scotia involved in the distribution side of fisheries, Andre Doucet wants to hear about them. Doucet ...

  • Waiting on the weather

    To the bystander, it looks like this lobster fishery is nearly ready to start, but the most important consideration of all will dictate the ...

  • 444-pound mako heaviest shark

    Second place went to Danny LeBlanc aboard the Amanda & Allison for a 392-pound blue shark. The third place winner was Ian McNichol for a ...

  • Searching for sharks, Aug. 14-17

    Yarmouth Shark Scramble co-organizer John Boudreau says he’d like to see more Mako and Thresher hauled aboard. The prospects look promising for ...

  • Lobster on a roll

    “The funny thing about it, I had people come up to me and they never asked what the price was. All they wanted to know was where they came from,” ...

  • Dumping day from the Cape Forchu Lighthouse

    Fishermen had an extra day of watching and waiting this year as the start was delayed one day due to a forecast of gale-force winds for ...

  • Grey seal cull proposed

    The Sierra Club Canada is appalled by the recommendation and says there is testimony from independent scientists that a slaughter could damage ...

  • IMO Foods receives $200,000 loan for energy reduction equipment

    The announcement was made today by West Nova MP Greg Kerr. “IMO has been a stable employer here for nearly 45 years and this assistance will help ...

  • Tuna tournament ties to the past

    Crewmembers aboard the Vernon P. won the event with a 730-pound tuna. Kenny d‘Entremont, owner of the boat, says there’s a neat story behind the ...

  • Vernon P's 730-pound tuna wins the tournament

    Those aboard the Richard J ll landed the second biggest tuna at 603-pounds. The highest total weight (albacore and bluefin) went to the Rebecca ...