9 10, 2016

Interview: Conservationist Shane Mahoney sets out the facts in new UCIN report on sustainable global seal harvests

October 9th, 2016|

The Canadian Sealers Association welcomes a recent report by internationally renowned scientist, wildlife expert and conservationist, Shane Mahoney, a Newfoundlander who with other research scientists helped publish “Seal Range State Policy […]

6 10, 2016

Update: National Seal Products Day

October 6th, 2016|

In demonstrating support of the sealing industry to celebrate it’s heritage and cultural history, and promotion of how sustainable management of our resources impacts our economy in Canada, Canadian politicians […]

29 08, 2016

NOTICE: Mandatory Workshops Continue in September-October

August 29th, 2016|

Mandatory Workshops Continue in September-October 2016
Humane Harvesting (beginning 9:00am at all locations)
In 2014, Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) announced that Humane Harvesting training on the […]

15 08, 2016

Innuit-style kayak made from sealskin tradition returns to Hopedale

August 15th, 2016|

Hopedale Labrador resident Ross Flowers says he has never been in a kayak, but he knows how to build one out of sealskin. Flowers and his family have returned to […]

12 07, 2016

Montreal chef showcases seal meat cuisine

July 12th, 2016|

We found a nice video from the Travel Channel posted online that showcases the fine culinary skills used in preparing seal meat in a downtown Montreal restaurant. The host […]

13 06, 2016

Kindens can ship seal meat nationwide

June 13th, 2016|

Happy to report that Treats From The Sea also known as Kindens Fresh is Best Ltd. from Lewisporte has a truck on the waterfront in St. John’s so if you are […]

24 05, 2016

Bring back the boot, says Nain seamstress seeking sealskin skills

May 24th, 2016|

Peggy Andersen, from Nain  wants to teach the traditional skills required to make black sealskin bottom boots, a dying skill in Labrador’s Inuit communities.

Peggy Andersen questions how the older […]