Tagging Lobsters and Conservation

By Veronika Brzeski

Since 1993, lobster harvesters in Eastern Cape Breton have participated in research which tagged and retrieved lobster to monitor their movement and growth. The results: Lobster don’t move much from year to year. In fact the majority move less than 6 km. Therefore, applied conservation efforts do benefit the local fishery. Lobster harvesters were able to admire the growth…

Berried Female Lobster

By Veronika Brzeski

It is illegal to keep a berried female.

Unlike the roe, or red eggs inside a cooked lobster, these black eggs glued to the outside of the tail are fertilized. After 9 to 12 months of carrying them on the swimmerets, the eggs will hatch into tiny lobster larvae that float on the surface of the ocean for 6 to 8 weeks.

Community Lobster Suppers

By CB Lobster

Where can you enjoy delicious lobster without the fuss and mess AND feel good about where your money is going? Not only that, the lobster is LOCAL (within 10km).

We are MSC Certified Sustainable!

By CB Lobster

Our lobster fishery has been certified sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council. This fishery joins an elite group of 259 MSC certified fisheries across the globe that are helping to ensure healthy marine ecosystems for the future.