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Oil Tanker Moratorium Act

Jan 14, 2020 ... tanker to circumvent the prohibition in subsection (3). Marginal note:Exception 5 (1) Subsection 4(1) does not apply to an oil tanker that moors or anchors at a port or marine installation (a) to ensure the safety of the oil tanker; (b) to render assistance to a vessel in distress or if necessary after rendering that assistance; or (c) to obtain emergency medical

27 December 2019 - Marine news release - Transportation Safety Board of Canada

Dec 27, 2019 ...News release Associated links (M18P0257) Investigation report Investigation page Informal practices contributed to August 2018 emergency drill accident on the Spirit of Vancouver Island ferry Richmond, British Columbia, 27 December 2019 – In its investigation report (M18P0257) released today, the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) determined

An Act to amend the Oceans Act and the Canada Petroleum Resources Act

Jan 14, 2020 ... subsection (2) do not apply to the following activities: (a) activities that are carried out in response to an emergency situation or that are carried out by or on behalf of Her Majesty for the purpose of public safety, national defence, national security or law enforcement; and (b) marine scientific research activities that are consistent with the purpose

MARINE SECURITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM, Clerical and Regulatory (CR) | Royal Canadian Mounted Police

...MARINE SECURITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM, Clerical and Regulatory (CR) Record: 1 Position number 00037823 Position title Divisional generic work description #5 Previous position classification CR 04 Previous supervisory differential Reclassified position classification CR 05 Reclassified supervisory differential Job number 0000036175 Reason

Boating - Gulf Islands National Park Reserve

Nov 5, 2019 ... take time to reach you in case of an emergency. Ensure that you have the level of training and experience necessary to take responsibility for your safety. Obtain marine charts. Charts are available in paper or digital format. Check the Canadian Hydrographic Service website for the location of a chart dealer near you. The following charts cover portions

CER – National Energy Board’s Filing Requirements for Offshore Drilling in the Canadian Arctic – Update

Nov 29, 2019 ... with the Incident Command System (ICS), thereby: minimizing the impacts to the marine, terrestrial, and atmospheric environments from unauthorized or accidental discharges; protecting workers and the public; and permitting coordinated emergency response activities when multiple jurisdictions or response agencies are involved. Filing Requirements 1. Describe the criteria

RCMP in British Columbia - Police Services

Dec 30, 2019 ...Police Services Police services that BC RCMP provides to the communities we police. Search B.C. RCMP Search B.C. RCMP 9-1-1 Police Dispatcher Air Services Amber Alert Auxiliary Program Community Police Offices Division Liaison Team (DLT) Emergency Response Team (ERT) Explosives Disposal Unit (EDU) Federal Serious and Organized Crime (FSOC) Forensic

Next steps

Oct 15, 2019 ... communities: bolstering marine safety; strengthening emergency response; protecting oceans and the South Resident Killer Whale; and addressing the cumulative effects of the project. The accommodations will build on other government actions such as the Oceans Protection Plan (OPP) and the Whales Initiative. As the project proceeds, the government has a broad response

DSDS 2017-2020 Update | Natural Resources Canada

Jan 17, 2020 ... such as the provinces and territories, Indigenous peoples, communities, industry, academia and non-governmental organizations. This three-year DSDS will be updated annually to reflect new and emerging priorities and initiatives that further improve the quality of life of Canadians and ensure Canada’s place as one of the greenest countries in the world. Section 1 Context

Burnaby RCMP - Contact Us

Dec 30, 2019 ... for the Arts (6450 Deer Lake Avenue) and the Burnaby Art Gallery (6344 Deer Lake Avenue). For information on bus services please refer to TransLink. Address 6355 Deer Lake Avenue Burnaby, B.C V5G 2J2 Complaints & Non-Emergency Line: (Call 911 in an emergency) Phone: 604-646-9999 Fax: 604-646-9704 See Burnaby RCMP location on Google Map Hours of operation Monday

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