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Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Fishery related activities may be subject to closure by Fisheries and Oceans Canada for conservation, safety, contamination, seasonal or other reasons. Please enter the order number in the “Order Number” search field, or enter a search criteria such as a species name, fishing area or province in the “Keywords” search field below.

Issuance Date:

2016-05-04

Species:

Bar Clams, Soft Shell Clams, Bay Quahaugs, Razor Clams, Clams, Oysters, Whelk, Bivalve Molluscs, Bay Scallops, Ocean Quahaug

Description:

Closing portions of waters in the Prince County of the Province of Prince Edward Island (PEI) for fishing of any bivalve molluscs.

Revocation:

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Publication Date:

2016-05-04 13:29:15 AT

Notice

The Regional Director General for the Gulf Region, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, hereby gives notice that the areas described below are closed for fishing for any species of clams, mussels, oysters, whelks and any other bivalve molluscs, including bay scallops in the Province of Prince Edward Island:

1)Tignish Arm and Tignish River inside a line drawn from grid reference 424396E 5200190N to grid reference 424367E 5200149N (Refer to maps Tignish 21I/16 and 11L/13);

2)Alberton Creek inside a line drawn from grid reference 418450E 5182648N to grid reference 418361E 5182801N to grid reference 418325E 5183163N to grid reference 418081E 5183454N to grid reference 418012.5E 5183839.06N (Refer to maps Tignish 21I/16 and 11L/13);

3)Dock Creek inside a line drawn from grid reference 418081E 5183454N to grid reference 418012.5E 5183839.06N (Refer to maps Tignish 21I/16 and 11L/13);

4)Meggisons Creek inside a line drawn from grid reference 414035E 5180547N to grid reference 414150E 5180878N (Refer to maps Tignish 21I/16 and 11L/13);

5)Mill River and its tributaries inside a line drawn from grid reference 411886E 5178352N to grid reference 412193E 5178140N (Refer to maps Tignish 21I/16, 11L/13 and O'Leary 21I/9);

6)Gordons Creek inside a line drawn from grid reference 417701E 5177855N to grid reference 417701E 5177775N (Refer to map O'Leary 21I/9);

7)Oyster River inside a line drawn from grid reference 417548E 5176474N to grid reference 417754E 5176025N (Refer to map O'Leary 21I/9);

8)That portion of Trout River inside a line drawn from grid reference 414597E 5171981N to grid reference 414709E 5171847N (Refer to map O'Leary 21I/9);

9)Mary River inside a line drawn from grid reference 414885E 5171456N to grid reference 415026E 5171374N (Refer to map O'Leary 21I/9);

10)Foxley River and its tributaries inside a line drawn from grid reference 421777E 5172030N to grid reference 421776E 5171842N (Refer to map O'Leary 21I/9);

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Mission

The mission of the UNC Center for Competitive Economies is to bring the considerable intellectual resources of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to bear on economic development challenges in North Carolina, the Southeast, the United States, and the world.

The Center translates scholarly expertise from many disciplines into actionable policy guidance for collaborators – from local to global – in addressing their constituents’ economic challenges.

Expertise

The Center’s position at the Kenan Institute for Private Enterprise and the Kenan-Flagler Business School allows the investigation of a broad portfolio of local to global economic competitiveness issues. The Center emphasizes focused community and market-level analysis building on the latest academic and governmental research. This approach ensures that Center outcomes offer uniquely constructive policy guidance.

Over the past decade, the Center’s Director, Brent Lane, and staff have engaged with private and public collaborators in dozens of applied scholarship projects in three primary initiatives:

Initiatives

Economic Dynamism Assessment Economic policy discussions need to consider more than the usual narrow metrics of GDP, interest rates, or the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Well informed policy decisions require a broad understanding of the many constituent drivers and directions of economic change. The Center works with clients and collaborators to assess the relevant spectra of factors challenging responsive leadership from the local to the global.

Economic Policy/Development Strategic Design Economic policy/development is a means of economic self-determination. But it cannot succeed without clear goals, achievable strategies, and accurate performance assessment. The Center works with clients and collaborators to engage with their constituents in defining economic priorities and designing the policy and development strategies to attain those priorities.

Global Heritage Economics Communities around the globe face similar challenges in balancing the protection of distinctive natural and cultural heritage with capitalizing on economic opportunities to improve the lives of their citizens. The Center work with US and international collaborators positions it in the forefront of the emerging development field of Heritage Economics. Sustainably balancing conservation and development of unique heritage assets draws on the Center’s nexus of UNC’s multidisciplinary and business expertise.

Economic Dynamism Assessment

Economic policy discussions often approach the subject monolithically using narrow, simplistic metrics like GDP, interest rates or the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Well informed policy decisions require a broad understanding of the many constituent drivers and directions of economic change. The Center works with clients and collaborators to assess the relevant spectra of factors challenging responsive leadership from the local to the global.

Business Dynamism IDEA Data Symposium Convening of leading scholars on innovative research data utilization in diverse examination of US and global business dynamism trends.

Crowdfunding and Economic Development Research and symposium that examined lessons from historic precedents as models for the use of novel crowdfunding platforms for community-based development finance.

Kenan Entrepreneurial Investment Market Assessment (KEIMA) An international team of UNC Kenan-Flagler MBA students examined how the presence of US immigrant communities might facilitate international flows of informal entrepreneurial investment.

Marine Biotechnology Entrepreneurial Development Strategy Multi-year investigation of entrepreneurial ecosystem requirements and resources availability of the emergent marine biotechnology industry.

High Growth Firms Economic Impacts and Policy Response High growth firms account for most new jobs, income and wealth in state, regional and national economies. The Center’s program of research and collaborations investigates these firms to inform supportive public policy.

Economic Policy/Development Strategic Design

Economic policy/development is a means of economic self-determination. But it cannot succeed without clear goals, achievable strategies, and accurate performance assessment. The Center works with clients and collaborators to engage with their constituents in defining economic priorities and designing the policy and development strategies to attain those.

North Carolina City, County and Regional Economic Development Planning Multi-level collaborations with North Carolina elected officials and staff using a community-engagement strategy to design and implement consensual comprehensive economic development.

North Carolina Economic Incentives Portfolio Evaluation The Center collaborated with the North Carolina General Assembly in assessing the effectiveness of the State’s portfolio of economic development incentives. The result was the elimination of over $1 billion in ineffective incentives.

State Development Bond Economic Impact Analysis Research response to North Carolina General Assembly request; analyzed and compared the economic impact of three potential state-wide bond investment scenarios.

North Carolina Tax Policy Modernization Multi-year collaboration with North Carolina General Assembly leadership to provide multi-institutional research support contributed to substantial revisions to state corporate and personal income and sales tax policies.

North Carolina Economic Development Oversight Design A twelve month engagement with a North Carolina General Assembly working group to establish state and local economic goals and restructure economic development incentives.

Global Heritage Economics

Communities around the globe face similar challenges in balancing the protection of distinctive natural and cultural heritage with capitalizing on economic opportunities to improve the lives of their citizens. The Center work with US and international collaborators positions it in the forefront of the emerging development field of Heritage Economics. Sustainably balancing conservation and development of unique heritage assets draws on the Center’s nexus of UNC’s multidisciplinary and business expertise.

Raleigh “Central Park” Economic Impact Assessment The Center worked with a group of community and business leaders in a seminal assessment describing the economic contribution of converting state property in Raleigh to a proposed multi-use public gardens and park.

UNESCO ICOMOS Rock Art Entrepreneurial Opportunity Analysis A team of KFBS international MBA students worked with an advisory committee of the United Nations World Heritage Centre to assess commercialization strategies to fund heritage protection.

Milken Institute Heritage Economic Financial Innovations Lab Multi-year international collaboration with the Milken Institute in developing economic development strategies derived from the conservation of cultural heritage assets.

UNESCO World Heritage Site Management Strategic Information Needs A collaboration with advisory committees of the United Nations World Heritage Centre engaged KFBS MBA students working with managers of World Heritage Sites in Bolivia, China, Japan, Morocco and New Zealand to identify strategic information priorities.

Covalent Evolution of Science and Entrepreneurial Finance Leading scholarship describing interdependent development of modern science and entrepreneurial capitalism from the 16th century early modern Scientific Revolution and Age of Discovery to post World War II.

Maryann Feldman

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Established in 1985 by Frank Hawkins Kenan, the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise is a nonpartisan business policy think tank affiliated with the UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School. The nonprofit institute and its affiliated centers convene leaders from the private sector, academic community and government to build a greater understanding of how entrepreneurship, economic development and global commerce can work for the public good. The institute leverages best-in-class research to develop market-based solutions to today’s most complex economic challenges. In doing so, the institute aims to support businesses and policies that better the lives of people in North Carolina, across the country and around the world.

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Excellent article! Simple and easy to follow with some solid points. It’s always important to see public speaking as a two-way process so I appreciate point #1 and will add that practice makes perfect. Practice the presentation aloud, it makes a huge difference!

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James Moushon says

Excellent advice about being silent. Many filler words seem to come between sentences. If you take a breath at the end of each sentence, it’s nearly impossible to say any filler word. The pause while you’re taking a breath allows you to gather your next thought; allows you to fuel your brain with oxygen; gives your audience time to process, absorb and/or digest what you just told them or showed them.

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Patricia says

Great article and tips !

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Sharon Hamersley says

Practice, practice, practice! And know your audience – what is their greatest fear about your topic? If you can help them get past that, they will love you.

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