Canadian government supports ‘tubbing’

Freezing their catch enables prawn harvesters to make it readily available for inspection Photo: Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Canada’s Fisheries minister has confirmed her support for an interim protocol allowing harvesters to freeze their Pacific prawn catch, helping ensure it is readily available for inspection and subsequent sale.

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