Fishing industry in Canada

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A Campobello Island, New Brunswick fisherman in 1973

Canada has one of the world's most valuable commercial fishing industries, worth more than CAD $5 billion a year and providing more than 120,000 jobs to Canadians, it is the economic mainstay of approximately 1,500 communities in rural and coastal Canada.

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