ORLANDO Fla. Darden Restaurants’ Red Lobster chain is taking steps to sustain the beleaguered lobster trade of Canada’s New Brunswick province, media reports say.   According to the news stories, provincial fisheries minister Rick Doucet said he has been negotiating with Red Lobster to secure aid for New Brunswick's $400-million lobster fishery, and has high hopes that the casual-dining chain would play an active role through future deals in preserving the ...

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