Canadian Oceans Policy: National Strategies and the New Law by Gordon Munro, Don M. McRae

By Gordon Munro, Don M. McRae

This ebook bargains with Canada's oceans administration rules because the end of the 1982 conference of the legislation of the ocean. That conference set out a jurisdictional framework for the administration of the world's oceans, however it didn't offer states with particular assistance on the entire concerns which may come up. As a nation with one of many world's longest coastlines, Canada was once one of many important beneficiaries less than the 1982 conference regime. A examine of Canadian coverage is very major, as Canadian oceans administration locations in aid a few of the tricky questions but to be resolved.

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The fisheries covered by the plans are: (1) Fraser River sockeye and pink salmon fisheries; (2) fisheries based on salmon which spawn in the so-called "transboundary" rivers. S. C. C. and Washington. Although the treaty covers the entire set of transboundary Pacific salmon fisheries, the Fraser River sockeye and pink salmon fisheries remain dominant. 28 A closer consideration of the plan for the Fraser River salmon gives further insight into compromises reached in the negotiations on the equity principle.

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2 Indeed, we would anticipate that the Treaty and its implementation will be a source of study for many years to come. 3 There will, of course, be short-term benefits from heavy exploitation. 4 The game can be illustrated by a story from which its name is derived. Two criminals are arrested after a major theft. They are interviewed separately by the Crown Prosecutor. Each criminal knows that his partner in crime will be interviewed. It is impossible, however, for the two to communicate. In interviewing Criminal A, the Crown Prosecutor admits that his evidence is weak.

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