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Minister of Public Services and Procurement to mark shipbuilding milestone at Seaspan Shipyards and speak on the National Shipbuilding Strategy.

| Canadian Coast Guard | media advisories

Vancouver, British Columbia – The Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos, Minister of Public Services and Procurement, will be at Seaspan Shipyards of Vancouver, British Columbia to provide an update on the progress of the Canadian Coast Guard’s Offshore Oceanographic Science Vessel. Media will be invited to a photo-op followed by a question period with the Minister.


Backgrounder: Canadian Coast Guard’s Near-Shore Fisheries Research Vessel

| Canadian Coast Guard | backgrounders

As part of its fleet renewal plan, the Canadian Coast Guard is acquiring a new Near-Shore Fishery Research Vessel (NSFRV). It will be the Canadian Coast Guard’s first-ever hybrid-electric vessel, designed to reduce carbon emissions and fossil fuel consumption while supporting critical operations.


Government of Canada announces construction of the Canadian Coast Guard’s first-ever hybrid vessel in Gaspé

| Canadian Coast Guard | news releases

In Canada and around the world, the effects of climate change and ocean warming are undeniable. To address this issue, it is more important than ever to find sustainable and resilient solutions to ensure the safety of our waters. In line with the Government of Canada’s commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions for 2030 and 2050, the Canadian Coast Guard continues its tangible decarbonization efforts, transitioning to an increasingly green, low-carbon fleet.


Government of Canada officially re-dedicates vessel in spirit of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples

| Canadian Coast Guard | news releases

As part of this important commitment, Darrell Samson, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence, on behalf of the Honourable Diane Lebouthillier, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard, today joined Norman Sylliboy, Grand Chief of the Mi’kmaq Grand Council, Mi’kmaw Chiefs from across Nova Scotia, and Mario Pelletier, Commissioner of the Canadian Coast Guard, to officially re-name and re-dedicate the Canadian Coast Guard Ship (CCGS) Kopit Hopson 1752 into service.


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