Bernie Halloran, a local furrier who owns Always in Vogue in St. John’s, has big hopes for breaking into the Chinese markets with seal products, namely seal furs and pelts with the opening of this province’s second seal pelt processing plant. The location has […]
Press Release: September 24, 2014. St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.
The Canadian Sealers Association is very disappointed in the Government of Canada’s decision to sign a trade agreement with the European Union this coming Friday 26 September, without directly including the east coast seal industry […]
Sealed with a Kiss is a unique genuine sealskin jewelry and accessories company owned by Tracy Hayley from Clarenville. It projects a contemporary take on traditional jewelry design and craft. Tracey tells us:
“Inspired by a piece of similar jewelry purchased by my mother in […]
Update: Listen to the hearings:
Standing Committee on Fisheries and Oceans meets with the CSA: Study of Bill C-555
Audio of the hearing and meeting regarding the Study of Bill C-555, with the executive director of the Canadian Sealers Association, Frank Pinhorn, and the Standing Committee […]
June 25, 2014: – New photos by Jim Winter have arrived of the new Sealers Memorial Center and can be seen here
June 20, 2014: Update: Hundreds turn out for unveiling of Sealers Memorial
Hundreds made the trip to this Trinity Bay town for the ceremony, […]
“Highest levels observed since monitoring began in the 1950s” reports The Fisheries and Oceans Canada website.
Executive director Frank Pinhorn comments on the ongoing struggle with international export hurdles, politics and responds to the difficulties with this ice experienced by sealers at this year’s hunt, […]