The Effects of Fisheries?

Answer Fisheries, or fish farms as they are sometimes known, are artificial pens where fish are raised in large numbers for the specific purpose of being killed and eaten. Fish farms have some benefits, b... Read More »

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36(3) of the Fisheries Act?

Section 36, Subsection 3 of the Fisheries Act generally prohibits the dumping of deleterious substances anywhere in Canada where there may be water that is inhabited, or is usually inhabited, by fish.

The Fisheries Act of 1985?

In 1985, Canada enacted the federal Fisheries Act to prevent the further depletion of fish through unregulated fishing practices. This act established controls for fisheries as a means to protect c... Read More »

Who governs fisheries?

In the United States, the National Marine Fisheries Service within the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration regulates the nation's fisheries. Many other countries have similar agencies ... Read More »

The Fisheries Act of 1975?

The Salmon and Freshwater Fisheries Act of 1975 of the United Kingdom regulates the procurement, killing and obstruction of fish by recreational and commercial fishermen. Its purpose is to prevent ... Read More »