The Honourable Vaughn Granter, Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture, acknowledged recommendations in the Auditor General’s annual report regarding programming that supports provincial aquaculture. Minister Granter noted that with support of these programs, aquaculture activity has grown over the last ten years so that it now supports more than 1000 jobs within the province.
Norway: The government has proposed amendments to the Aquaculture Act in order to strengthen the sector sustainably. “The aquaculture industry has good prospects for wealth creation and jobs along the coast. The legislation must be adapted to tomorrow’s industry.
This month a new aquaculture development strategy in Bream Bay that seeks to turn fish farming in Northland into a NZ$ 300 million- (US$ 245.2 million) sector was launched. It should create more than 700 new aquaculture jobs.
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The Nigeria aquaculture sector has the capacity to generate over N100bn in foreign exchange and could provide millions of jobs if the potentials in the industry were harnessed, the Managing Director of Dickem Farm, Mr Godwin Emakenemi has said. Emakenemi, who made the assessment in Lagos over the weekend to a The Tide source, said Nigeria currently spends over N100 billion annually on the importation of frozen fish into the country.
The Secretariat of State for Fisheries and Aquaculture (Sepaq) of Alagoas is working with the federal government to implement the Development Programme of Seaweed Farming and Continental Fish Farming. - See more at: http://aquaculturedirectory.co.uk/macroalgae-cultivation-generates-thousands-of-jobs/#sthash.r2AIW1IO.dpuf
Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs and President of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada Peter Penashue has announced that the federal government is investing CAD$ 165,000 (US$ 162,016) to promote Canadian prawns for export, specifically to China and Russia. ”The Government of Canada’s top priority remains the economy, and Canada’s food industry plays an important role in creating jobs and keeping our economy strong,” said Penashue.