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We’re in your community to help.

There are seven Coastal Resource Coordinators (CRC) covering every region of Nova Scotia to serve the province’s fisheries and aquaculture industries. Coordinators are valuable advisors within communities and they help in many ways, from reporting on and sharing commercial Marine Fisheries updates, to assisting with loan applications, to collaborating on innovative technologies.

If you’re considering applying for a Fisheries and Aquaculture Loan Board loan, we highly recommend reaching out to your local CRC to discuss your options and help in your application process.

To learn more and find the contact information for the CRC in your area, visit their website.