New Brunswick fishermen can't steam across the Gulf of St. Lawrence and sell their product in Corner Brook because of restrictions on their license.
They are same sort of restrictions that apply to local fishermen and which lay at the heart of regressive measures like minimum processing requirements. The result is that fish processors in this province lose out on product for their plants and fish plant workers can't get enough work.
Don't believe it?
Check out a recent story in l'Acadie Nouvelle. [translation by google and SRBP]