|Plot||Faced with what seems like an insurmountable fisheries collapse, the 450 residents of Quebec's tiny and isolated St-Paul's River must quickly decide what their future holds. Often overlooked, the little known Lower North Shore region of Quebec, where St-Paul's River lies, is known as the birthplace of North America's traditional cod fishery. It is now also known as "the forgotten shore". This far-flung area on the easternmost tip of Quebec and the northern end of the Gulf of St-Lawrence is up against the same dwindling fishing industry as Canada's Maritime provinces, but with far less media attention or government representation. The film paints a portrait of the residents of St-Paul's River and examines their plans for survival. Can they stick it out through these hard times or must they leave their beloved village for good? Through interviews, panoramas and fishing expeditions, the film paints a stark portrait of what it's like to be a villager in this community. Now that plans to build a tourism industry are underway, the residents have banded together to kick-start what they hope will be a bright future. But can they make it happen? Only time will tell.... search for Cod Help Us on IMDb|
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