Inshore Council | FFAW-Unifor | Fish Food & Allied Workers Union

Representing our Province's Professional Fish Harvesters

Council members are elected by region or position, and are elected every 3 years, or as vacancies arrive, as per the FFAW-Unifor Constitution.

Tony Doyle

Vice-President (Inshore)

Nelson Bussey

Executive Board

Joan Doucette

Executive Board

Glen Newbury

Executive Board

Loomis Way

Executive Board

Kevin Hardy

Executive Board

Mike Noonan

Executive Board

Jim Chidley

Cape St. Francis to Point Lance

Brian Careen

St. Brides to Swift Current

Clayton Moulton

Monkstown to Garnish

Dan Baker

St. Bernards to MacCallum


Francois to Codroy

Blaine Crocker

Trout River to Eddies Cove West

Carl Hedderson

Barr'd Harbour to Noddy Bay and L'Anse au Clair to Red Bay

Michael Symmonds

Quirpon to Englee

Albert Wells

Jackson's Arm to North Head under 40'

Eldred Woodford

North Head to Point Albert, including New World Island and Twillingate

Aubrey Brinson

Gander Bay to Cape Freels, including Fogo Island and Change Islands

Dennis Chaulk

Newtown to Elliston

Darrin Marsh

Little Catalina to Green's Harbour

Keith Smith

Whiteway to Carbonear

Harrison Campbell

Henley Harbour to Cartwright

Jody Seward

Crew Member

Jamie Aylward

Crew Member

Matthew Jones

Crew Member Position

Ivan Lear

Young Harvester Position

Jay Ryan

Young Harvester Position

Shelly White

Women's Position

Loretta Kelly

Women's Position

Nancy Bowers

Women's Position

Ren Genge

Member at Large

William White

Member at Large

Glen Winslow

Member at Large

Andy Careen

Member at Large

Matthew Petten

Harbour Grace to Cape St. Francis

Darren Boland

Highlands to Cox's Cove

Robert Robinson

Cape St. John to North Head

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