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Canada commits to growing the blue economy at home and around the globe

| Fisheries and Oceans Canada | news releases

Canada is an ocean nation with the longest coastline in the world. Canadians rely on healthy, marine ecosystems to sustain our economy, our food supply, and our coastal communities. But the ocean is a shared resource, and protecting it requires a coordinated global effort. Fueled by scientific evidence, coordinated efforts, and transformative action, Canada has joined other nations in developing a roadmap to a sustainable blue economy where protection, production and prosperity go hand in hand.


Minister Jordan to participate in an important virtual high-level panel discussion about Canada’s domestic blue economy

| Fisheries and Oceans Canada | media advisories

The Honourable Bernadette Jordan, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard, will participate in a high-level virtual panel discussion about Canada’s domestic blue economy, hosted by the Ocean Frontier Institute. Minister Jordan will be joined by Karin Kemper, Global Director for the Environment, Natural Resources and Blue Economy Global Practice at the World Bank.


The Government of Canada is working with partners to protect aquatic species at risk in Quebec

| Fisheries and Oceans Canada | news releases

The health of our marine and freshwater environment and the wildlife it sustains are critical to our country’s culture, well-being, and the economy. Yet some of the species that find their home in the waters, rivers, lakes, estuaries, and marshes in Quebec are at risk due to climate change, habitat loss and other factors. The Government of Canada is taking action not only to protect these species, but to actively rebuild their populations.


Canada Nature Fund for Aquatic Species at Risk - Projects in Quebec 

| Fisheries and Oceans Canada | backgrounders

The Canada Nature Fund for Aquatic Species at Risk, providing $55 million over five years, supports a new approach to conserving aquatic species at risk, through targeted federal investments. These investments are intended to support the protection efforts of all partners in the community, and to support the ability of Indigenous to conserve ecosystems and aquatic species in Quebec and Canada.


Canada takes action with partners across the country to protect aquatic species at risk

| Fisheries and Oceans Canada | news releases

The health of our marine and freshwater environments and the wildlife they sustain are critical to our country’s culture, well-being, and economies. Yet some of the species that find their home in the waters, rivers, lakes, estuaries, and marshes throughout the country are at risk due to climate change, habitat loss and other factors. The Government of Canada is taking action not only to protect these species, but also to actively rebuild their populations.


Canada Nature Fund for Aquatic Species at Risk- British Columbia Projects

| Fisheries and Oceans Canada | backgrounders

As part of the Canada Nature Fund for Aquatic Species at Risk, Fisheries and Oceans Canada is providing up to $10.9 million in funding to support to 13 projects in British Columbia. Recipients include Indigenous and conservation organizations, the Province of British Columbia, and other groups.


The Government of Canada is working with partners to protect aquatic species at risk in British Columbia

| Fisheries and Oceans Canada | news releases

Today, on behalf of the Honourable Bernadette Jordan, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard, the Member of Parliament for Burnaby North-Seymour and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister, Terry Beech, announced up to $10.9 million in funding under the Canada Nature Fund for Aquatic Species at Risk for 13 projects in British Columbia, some of which are already underway.


The Government of Canada is working with partners to protect aquatic species at risk in Atlantic Canada

| Fisheries and Oceans Canada | news releases

The health of our marine and freshwater environment and the wildlife it sustains are critical to our country’s culture, well-being, and the economy. Yet some of the species that find their home in the waters, rivers, lakes, estuaries, and marshes in Atlantic Canada are at risk due to climate change, habitat loss and other factors. The Government of Canada is taking action not only to protect these species, but to actively rebuild their populations.


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