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The Government of Canada reaffirms its commitment to Davie and its workers

| Canadian Coast Guard | news releases

Our Canadian waterways play a crucial role in our culture, history, and economy. Keeping these waterways safe and open for business is a priority for the Government of Canada. This is why we are ensuring that the Canadian Coast Guard is properly equipped for the important work it carries out on a daily basis in keeping Canadians and our Canadian waters safe.


Icebreakers

| Canadian Coast Guard | backgrounders

The Canadian Coast Guard has a wide range of responsibilities across Canada, including Icebreaking, Search and Rescue, Aids to Navigation, and Environmental Response, and relies on having the necessary equipment to carry out its work year-round. In August 2018, Chantier Davie of Levis, Quebec was awarded a $610 million dollar contract for the acquisition of three interim icebreakers for the Coast Guard.


Captain Molly Kool

| Canadian Coast Guard | backgrounders

Captain Myrtle ‘Molly’ Kool (1916-2009) was a pioneer in Canada’s maritime history. The first woman in North America to become a licensed ship captain, Kool helped pave the way for future generations of women in her field. Born into a family of mariners in Alma, New Brunswick, Kool was on the water since her early days, where she built her career and reputation as a courageous and fearless mariner.


Minister Qualtrough and Minister Duclos will make an announcement about Canadian Coast Guard icebreakers

| Canadian Coast Guard | media advisories

Lévis, Québec – On behalf of the Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard, the Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, the Minister of Public Services and Procurement and Accessibility, the Honourable Carla Qualtrough, the Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos, Minister of Families, Children and Social Development, and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Finance, and Member of Parliament for Louis-Hebert, Joel will make an announcement about Canadian Coast Guard Icebreakers.


Seasonal Closure of Canadian Coast Guard Rescue Boat Stations in Ontario

| Canadian Coast Guard | news releases

The Canadian Coast Guard advises the public that our seasonally operated Search and Rescue stations located on the Great Lakes, Georgian Bay and St. Lawrence River in Ontario will be winding down their annual operations and will close on the dates listed below:


Annual Closure of Canadian Coast Guard Seasonal Search and Rescue Bases

| Canadian Coast Guard | news releases

The Canadian Coast Guard will proceed with the annual closure of its seasonal search and rescue bases in Québec, Tadoussac, Kegaska, Rivière-au-Renard and Havre-Saint-Pierre around November 24, 2018. The Cap-aux-Meules base will close on December 30, 2018.


Canadian Coast Guard announces renewed infrastructure

| Canadian Coast Guard | media advisories

Wayne Long, Member of Parliament for Saint John-Rothesay, on behalf of the Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard, will make an announcement regarding infrastructure renewal for the Canadian Coast Guard.


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