Premier blasts feds over Nova Scotia fishing dispute between Indigenous, non-native fishermen – The Chronicle Herald

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Premier blasts feds over Nova Scotia fishing dispute between Indigenous, non-native fishermen – The Chronicle Herald

by ahnationtalk on October 16, 202026 Views

Premier Stephen McNeil accused federal Fisheries Minister Bernadette Jordan Thursday of bungling the moderate livelihood file.

“Very dissatisfied, quite frankly,” McNeil said of Jordan’s handling of the crisis unfolding in southwestern Nova Scotia.

“We are in a position where (all parties) are not sitting at a table to find what is a workable solution. … This is only getting more entrenched.”

Jordan’s press secretary refused to respond to the criticism on Thursday and once again refused to provide the minister for an interview.

The minister has been out of province for most the dispute and is apparently now self-isolating in her home here.

Read More: https://www.thechronicleherald.ca/news/provincial/premier-blasts-feds-over-nova-scotia-fishing-dispute-between-indigenous-non-native-fishermen-509858/

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