Aquaculture, Federal Aquaculture Development Strategy, Canada
The 1995 Federal Aquaculture Development Strategy summarized some of the difficulties facing aquaculture development in a federal state such as Canada, where the jurisdictional entitlements relevant to this “new” (or at least newly significant) industry are by no means clear:
Aquaculture is a formidable policy challenge. As a new industry, it straddles the line between fishing and farming, cuts across significant regional differences and is placed in a context involving the participation of municipal, provincial/territorial and federal governments.
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Phillip Saunders & Richard Finn, "A Principled Approach to Property Rights in Canadian Aquaculture" in David VanderZwaag & Gloria Chao, eds, Aquaculture Law and Policy: Towards Principled Access and Operations (London: Routledge, 2006) 115.
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