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Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Aug 1, 2019 ... DFO's mandate of operating and maintaining a national network of safe and accessible harbours that meets the principal and evolving needs of the commercial fishing industry and the broader economic interest of coastal communities. Communities, particularly those which are small and remote, often do not have the resources to cover the costs of vessel removal

Fisheries enforcement

Jul 30, 2019 ...: Ghost gear Annual reports on the use of law enforcement justification provisions The following is a list of DFO’s compulsory reporting on specific actions. 2018 annual report 2017 annual report 2016 annual report 2015 annual report 2014 annual report Fishing regulations and requirements Before you go fishing, make sure you know the rules for: commercial fishing

nf.19.309 Herring Fixed Gear Opening in Fishing Area 2 - 2019 Orders

Aug 15, 2019 ...FISHERIES AND OCEANS CANADA NOTICE TO FISHERS nf.19.309 August 15, 2019 Herring Fixed Gear Opening in Fishing Area 2 DFO advises that the commercial herring fishery in Herring Fishing Area 2 in NAFO Division 2J will open for fixed gear vessels using fixed gear at 06:00 hours on Friday August 16, 2019. Licence conditions are available through DFO's National

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Aug 1, 2019 ...Small Craft Harbours Abandoned and Wrecked Vessels Removal Program Overview How to remove a vessel Apply to the Program Frequently asked questions Apply to the program This program is primarily geared towards funding the removal of vessels from commercial fishing harbours, in-line with Small Craft Harbours' primary mandate of operating and maintaining

Pacific salmon | Pacific Region | Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Aug 19, 2019 ... and Innovation Fund Services and information Fisheries management We protect and manage Pacific salmon and marine mammals in a manner that balances conservation goals with Indigenous, recreational and commercial fishing opportunities. Indigenous programs We collaborate with Indigenous people through consultation, cooperative management and stewardship activities to build

nf.19.318 Commercial Squid Fishery Opening for Traps in 3K - 2019 Orders

Aug 20, 2019 ...FISHERIES AND OCEANS CANADA NOTICE TO FISH HARVESTERS nf.19.318 2019/8/20 Commercial Squid Fishery Opening for Traps in 3K DFO advises that the commercial Squid fishery for Traps, in NAFO Division 3K (Squid Fishing Areas 3 and 4) will open 06:00 hours on Wednesday, August 21, 2019. Licence fees and licence conditions are available through the national

Commercial Fishery Requirements

Jul 15, 2019 ...Commercial fishery requirements Licensing National Online Licensing System Frequently Asked Questions Electronic Logbooks (ELOGS) Get your ELOG key Find qualified ELOG client applications Electronic Logbooks (ELOGS) Frequently Asked questions Paper Logbooks Logbook keeping is mandatory under the Fisheries Act. Fish harvesters are required to record

nf.19.315 Reminder - Recreational Squid Fishery in Newfoundland and Labrador - 2019 Orders

Aug 19, 2019 ... of a valid commercial licence. “Notices to Fish Harvesters” for all commercial fisheries are now available online under the Fishery Notices link on the DFO NL Region webpage at If you would like to have all “Notices to Fish Harvesters” for commercial fisheries sent directly to you by email please contact: christine.dymond@dfo

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Aug 15, 2019 ... Quebec fisheries and aquaculture businesses adopt clean technologies 2019-08-15 16:40 - News release All news Most requested BC tidal waters sport fishing guide Tides, currents and water levels Fishery openings and closures Nautical charts Commercial fishing licence Closed areas for shellfish harvesting Newfoundland angler's guide Canadian Coast Guard Services

Canada's oceans agenda

Jul 30, 2019 ... research activities taking place today. Areas such as commercial fishing, aquaculture, offshore oil and gas, renewable energy and tourism can all prosper from new, innovative and clean technologies. What we are doing Investing $2.3 billion to support clean technology Partnering with the private sector to develop an ocean supercluster Leading research on climate

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