There are two issues. There's the technology you use. A small guy can use destructive technology and a big guy can use sustainable technology, so it's not as simple as “small good, big bad”. Those two issues should be addressed, and we should deal with the issue of technology.
I gave the example of the handliners. They were small, and they were also using the most sustainable technology out there. We have the lobster fishery, which creates an incredible amount of employment. If you took the lobster out of southwest Nova Scotia, that part of the province would be a ghost town. I think that the fact that it's small-scale, involves many people, and is sustainable all comes together in that fishery.
Generally, I guess, we would lean towards creating more jobs from a public resource and having a few jobs and the concentration of ownership in a few hands, but you have to start with the technology and whether it's conservation-oriented or not.