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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-07-2009, 05:41 AM Thread Starter
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hallo all,

are there any news from the netfishing at the mouth of the grand cascapedia?

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-09-2009, 11:01 PM
 
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Give a ring to the Cascapedia Society or to Sexton and Sexton - either should be able to give you an update.
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post #3 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-23-2009, 03:10 PM
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An agreement was signed yesterday between the Gesgapegiag Band and the Quebec gov't garanteeing a moritoriam on netting in the Grande's estuary for the next 5 yrs.
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post #4 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-23-2009, 07:43 PM
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Very good news for all!!
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what great news,

rusty sent a email this morning.

could be a bright future for this river.

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Four Year Agreement River for the Net fishing in the estuary of the Cascapedia R

Hi All!

Yes, it is true....beginning this year, there will be a four year agreement with the Micmacs of Gesgapegiag Band for the ban of gillnet subsistance fishing in the estuary of the Cascapedia River. An agreement was reached between Québec and the Band on Friday.

I would just like to make sure that everyone is aware that it is the Gesgapegiag Band that initiated the negotiations to lift the nets in the river. It is not something that was forced upon them by any one. The Band simply made the decision that since the salmon resource seems to be on a decline, that they would negotiate to receive compensation for job creation and economic development in exchange for the decision to not exercise their right to the subsistance fishery.

Chief Guy Condo and the Band Council worked very hard over the past months to conclude this agreement with the government. It is ironic to note, but when Guy was chief in 1989, he signed on behalf of the Band the first agreement that limited the number of netting days on the Cascapedia. Here we are 20 years later, and he has been successful at concluding an agreement to completely lift the nets!! This is quite the achievement and I am very proud of him. By the way, Chief Condo just happens to be my husband... We have worked very hard on this agreement, as have many other people as well.

We are very anxious to see what the impacts this agreement will have on the salmon counts for the Cascapedia. Our clients, as well as the clients of the Society and the other camps on the river have witnessed the declines in the number of fish and hopefully, we will also witness their increase in numbers.

I hope that people will appreciate and applaud the actions of the Gesgapegiag Band in this important file. I just want to add that the community members supported this agreement through a survey at 99.9999%. Only 1 person was against the agreement.

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Hello Rusty

What a great first post! Barring any major pitfall/s I'll be there in July. Very welcome news, thanks for posting here.

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Right-on!

Hey Rusty

Glad to hear about the agreement. I want to thank all of you who were involved with making the right decision for the salmon and the future of our river and area. Let's hope that the four year agreement turns into the norm in the future.

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Great news. I hope there is a good return and prolific breeding.
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If only the PNW fisheries could come to such an agreement...
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