Lobster Dumping Day in N.S. marred by delays, uncertainty, tensions

Nova Scotia has had to delay the start of lobster fishing season, known as Dumping Day, because of the weather. But this year’s start is also marred by industry uncertainty because of the pandemic and tensions over a Mi’kmaq fishery.

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