Hundreds of people are expected to demonstrate outside the Confederation Building in St. John’s on Monday, calling attention to the crisis in the snow crab fishery and the need for
Author: Amandeep Singh
The Panel’s ill-fated decision was not unanimous, and as a result the province has the authority to intervene and force both parties back to the negotiating table.
FFAW Discuss NL Snow Crab Crisis with Premier Furey, Ministers Bragg and Davis – Request for Parties to Return to Bargaining Table
Today, April 12th, FFAW-Unifor had a series of meetings with the provincial government to address the crisis in Newfoundland and Labrador resulting from the Panel’s 2023 price decision for snow
FFAW-Unifor Discuss Way Forward for Snow Crab with Minister Bragg; Request to Meet with Premier and Minister Davis
This evening, April 10th, FFAW-Unifor had an urgent call with Minister Derrick Bragg to discuss the current predicament facing the industry as a direct result of the Panel’s price decision
Leadership from around the province met virtually for nearly three hours this morning to discuss the crisis facing the snow crab fishery and determine next steps. On the call were
The Standing Fish Price Setting Panel announced their decision on the price of snow crab for the start of the 2023 fishing season, selecting the Association of Seafood Producer’s (ASP)
"Bringing crab into the province will throw fuel onto an already volatile situation,” Pretty warns.
As a result of negotiation challenges in 2022 and the subsequent recommendations from the Conway Report, the Standing Fish Price Setting Panel process has made some adaptations this year. The
The Standing Fish Price Setting Panel, after seeing the price offers from both parties directed the continuation of bargaining today. As a result, the FFAW Negotiating Committee re-convened this afternoon
Final offers have been submitted to the Standing Fish Price Setting Panel for the 2023 snow crab fishery. The FFAW Negotiations Committee final offer submission is $3.53, while ASP’s final