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Proud to be a professional: professionalisation of canadian fish harvestors
  • Countries

    Canada

  • Format

    VHS-NTSC

  • Producer/Director

    Peter Lockyer

  • Produced By

    Canadian Council of Professional Fish Harvesters (CCPFH)

  • Duration in Minutes

    15 min.

  • Languages English
  • Year

    1944

  • Address

    Canadian Council of Professional Fish Harvesters (CCPFH) 102, Bank Street, Suite 202, Ottawa (Ontario) K1P 5N4, CANADA Email ? fish@ccpfh-ccpp.org Site: http://www.ccpfh-ccpp.org/

  • Video ID

    vPOR011

  • Keyword(s)

    Safety at sea,Industrial fisheries,Fishworkers organizations,Fishermen training,Fishermen,CCPFH,Canada

  • Description
  • This film looks at how the Canadian Council of Professional Fish Harvesters (CCPFH) and similar organizations worked to professionalize fisheries in Canada during the early 1990s for the sake of the 77,000 independent fish harvesters. Professionalization involves bestowing professional status on those who have a long-term attachment to fishing, and also setting qualifying standards for new entrants. This film is a collaborative venture between CCPFH and Human Resource Development, Canada.
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