As a result, they are unwilling to accept responsibility for the outcomes of Canada under the authority fisheries management decisions and often neglect to supply the data required by resource of the Minister of Fisheries managers to ensure the sustainable use of fisheries resources. [...] Although the focus of the document is on commercial harvesting, it recognizes that the fishery is a valuable and vital common property resource to be managed for the benefit of all Canadians and acknowledges the diversity of uses of fisheries resources. [...] Together, the vision, the four objectives and the principles provide the foundation for the management of fisheries over the long term and set the stage for further development of operational plans in Phase II of the review. [...] The Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, on behalf of all Canadians, retains authority for the sustainable use of fisheries resources and their habitat, and for the access and allocation thereof. [...] Resource users are directly affected by their The Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, on behalf of efforts to conserve stocks and habitat, and they must be assured all Canadians, retains authority for the sustainable that they will be the most direct beneficiaries of the returns arising use of fisheries resources and their habitat, and from such efforts.
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