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Seasonal Closure of Canadian Coast Guard Rescue Boat Stations in Ontario

| Canadian Coast Guard | news releases

The Canadian Coast Guard’s seasonally operated search and rescue stations on the Great Lakes, Georgian Bay, and St. Lawrence River in Ontario are closing on the following dates: November 30, 2020: Thunder Bay December 7, 2020: Goderich, Meaford, Tobermory December 14, 2020: Amherstburg, Cobourg, Kingston, Port Dover, Port Weller


Annual Closure of Canadian Coast Guard Seasonal Search and Rescue Stations

| Canadian Coast Guard | news releases

The Canadian Coast Guard will proceed with the annual closure of its seasonal search and rescue stations in Québec, Tadoussac, Kegaska, Rivière-au-Renard and Havre-Saint-Pierre on November 30th, 2020. The Cap-aux-Meules station will close on December 31st, 2020.


Government of Canada strengthens Canadian Coast Guard’s icebreaker fleet with arrival of second interim icebreaker from Davie Shipbuilding

| Canadian Coast Guard | news releases

The Canadian Coast Guard saves lives at sea, protects the marine environment, supports Canadian sovereignty and security, and maintains shipping routes to keep our economy moving. Ensuring the Coast Guard has reliable, and modern equipment is essential to keeping our waterways safe and open for business. Through its icebreaking program, the Canadian Coast Guard supports safe marine traffic in or around ice-covered waters, ensuring goods and services are delivered to all Canadians.


Government of Canada invests in environmental response across the country 

| Canadian Coast Guard | news releases

The Canadian Coast Guard plays a vital role in protecting our oceans from coast to coast to coast. Under the Oceans Protection Plan, we’re investing in the Canadian Coast Guard to ensure it has modern equipment needed to respond to environmental spills quickly and effectively. These investments will allow it to continue protecting Canada’s waters, coasts and coastal communities from marine pollution.


Canada's first Indigenous-led Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary begins operations in British Columbia

| Canadian Coast Guard | news releases

The Coastal Nations Coast Guard Auxiliary (CN-CGA) commenced on-water operations this fall in the territorial waters of Ahousaht and Heiltsuk First Nations, becoming the first Indigenous-led Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary in Canada. CN-CGA response units in Nisga’a, Gitxaala, and Kitasoo/Xai’xais territorial waters will be operational shortly.


Construction starts on new Canadian Coast Guard Environmental Response Depot in Port Hardy

| Canadian Coast Guard | news releases

Construction has begun on a new 10,800 square foot environmental response depot in Port Hardy, B.C. Funded under the Government of Canada’s Oceans Protection Plan, the new facility will strengthen the Canadian Coast Guard’s capacity to respond to marine pollution incidents in the areas of northern Vancouver Island and the central coast of British Columbia.


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