High-pressure herring fishery becoming safer as new generation takes the helm


As crews scramble to capture their quotas during the herring fishery that launched Friday on Vancouver Island's east coast, a group that promotes training for fishermen says on-board safety appears to be improving.


One year ago, one crew member died when the Miss Cory capsized and sank off Comox.


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