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Can science come to the rescue of marine seismic surveys?

Tim Froude

How Kim Keating and other women are making their mark on Atlantic Canada's petroleum scene

U.S. tariffs take their toll on the
New Brunswick forestry business

Inside Big Oil's exploration plans
for Newfoundland's offshore

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Why Stan Marshall answered a call for duty (and became our 2019 Industry Person of the Year)
Stan Marshall was asked to lead Muskrat Falls out of the abyss. He didn’t hesitate to jump in.
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Are oil and gas seismic surveys harming aquatic life in the East Coast’s waters?
Can science come to the rescue of marine seismic surveys?
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How Ottawa bungled Indigenous reconciliation in the Arctic surf clam fishery
Reconciliation between Canada and indigenous groups was the goal when Ottawa awarded a fourth surf clam licence in 2018. But little has gone according to plan on the troubled file
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Shellfish sector tests innovative fishing gear to address concerns about mounting marine mammal deaths
Can ropeless fishing gear save the whales?
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