Major convictions in Canada

Two men from New Brunswick have been fined $233,000 by fisheries and Oceans Canada for various offences.

Pierre Haché and Luc Haché both pleaded guilty. Justice Lucie Morissette of the Court of Quebec fined Pierre Haché $228,901 for fishing turbot without a license, including $32,901 in seized fish. Luc Haché was fined $4,000 for providing the Department with false information in his logbooks and daily reports.

The offences were committed in 2007 and 2008 aboard the Mylène H. The offenders were fishing turbot without a license in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The fish was seized when the offenders were intercepted by fisheries officers.

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