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A Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus) in the St. Lawrence River estuary, Canada.

Campaign Milestone

What the Path to Net-Zero Emissions Could Mean for the Lobster Fishery

As the world moves away from fossil fuels, acting now will help ensure that Canada’s fisheries remain profitable and competitive.
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Student researchers drop a tripod with a camera and bait bag into the ocean.

Floe Edge Blog

Claws of Attraction: What’s the Perfect Lobster Bait?

As forage fish stocks dwindle, it’s more important than ever to look at alternative baits that will still keep the lobsters coming.   
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The Arctic tern migrates up to 40,000 miles, and much of its journey is over the high seas.

Commentary

High Stakes for the High Seas as Treaty Negotiations Continue

Leadership from countries such as Canada will be needed to create a strong agreement that protects almost 50 percent of the planet.
Floe Edge Blog

Northern Latitudes: Mapping Marine Birds in Canada’s Arctic

The Canadian Arctic is home to dozens of marine bird species, and mapping their habitat helps us understand the overall health of the marine ecosystem.
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Commentary

Why Age Is More Than Just a Number for Atlantic Mackerel

When it comes to rebuilding mackerel stocks, we don't just need more fish—we need older ones, too.
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Guide Andy MacPherson in Seal River estuary, Manitoba.

Floe Edge Blog

Farewell to a Master Guide, Polar Bear Whisperer

A tribute to Andy MacPherson, whose work helped support marine conservation in Western Hudson Bay.