Seafood giant Clearwater convicted of 'gross violation' in lobster fishery

Senior management at Halifax-headquartered seafood company Clearwater ignored federal government warnings about storing traps at the ocean bottom, CBC News has learned. The DFO says the practice poses a "serious conservation risk."

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