Fishing for a Solution: Canada’s Fisheries Relations with the European Union, 1977–2013
SubjectFisheries—North Atlantic Ocean—History—20th century
Fisheries—North Atlantic Ocean—History—21st century
Fishery policy—Canada—History—20th century
Fishery policy—Canada—History—21st century
Fishery policy—European Union countries—History—20th century
Fishery policy—European Union countries—History—21st century
Canada—Foreign economic relations—European Union countries—History—20th century
Canada—Foreign economic relations—European Union countries—History—21st century
European Union countries—Foreign economic relations—Canada—History—20th century
European Union countries—Foreign economic relations—Canada—History—21st century
Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization—History
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