fishing

10.1.19

The Women Doing Canada's Most Dangerous Job: Fishing

A year fishing lobsters can yield over big money in Grand Manan, New Brunswick. But it’s payoff for a dangerous game: fishing has the single highest fatality rate of any sector in Canada.

9.18.19

Conservationists Fuming After Dead Shark Carcass 'Paraded' and Cooked at Seafood Festival

The shark was "bycatch" that had been snared by a commercial fishing net, but ocean advocates were not impressed.

5.22.19

Chef Shares Horrifying Video of Plastic Garbage He Found in a Fish's Stomach

Despite more than three decades working as a chef, nothing could’ve prepared Ricardo Muñoz Zurita for what he recently found inside a fish.

2.6.19

This Australian Guy Used a Baby Shark as a Bong

He's since gone offline after copping serious backlash on social media.

9.24.18

A Teen Survived at Sea for 49 Days in This Rickety, Floating Hut

Miraculously, ten ships passed by without seeing him before one finally came to the rescue.

8.30.18

Clint Dempsey Was U.S. Soccer

Deuce says peace to the beautiful game.

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5.7.18

The Japanese Shark Hunters Catching the Ocean's Fiercest Predators

We follow a group of fishermen off the coast of Okinawa as they gear up for a hunt.

3.17.18

The Octopus Hunters of Indonesia

Diving beneath the waves with some seriously low-tech fishermen .

3.8.18

What the Hell Is This Enormous Fish?

"It was a big, big fish."

11.13.17

Harrowing Stories From Working on the Sea

Fishing remains one of the most dangerous jobs in Canada. We talked to captains about their most hazardous experiences.

10.10.17

Look at this Big-Ass Fish!

This black marlin is enormous, and seems quite pissed.

7.26.17

Supreme Court backs one Indigenous community’s energy battle, denies another

Clyde River, in Nunavut, and Chippewa of the Thames, in southern Ontario, argued they had not been properly consulted on two projects.

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