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Now Protecting Nearly 14% of Canada’s Oceans and Coasts

http://dfo-mpo.gc.ca/videos/protection-14-oceans-eng.html

Aug 1, 2019 ... to the Atlantic, our marine protected areas help conserve thousands of species and habitats, including delicate glass sponge reefs, narwhal and beluga whales, and dozens of seabirds and fish. With sound science and extensive consultations, we continue to protect the health of our oceans, for the benefit of our environment, our economy, and all future generations

Zero plastic waste: the need for action

https://www.canada.ca/en/services/environment/pollution-waste-management/zero-plastic-waste/need-action.html

Jul 26, 2019 ... microplastics – small plastic particles less than or equal to 5mm in size - and consists of items like fishing gear and packaging. In 2016, about 29,000 tonnes of plastic waste was littered into our environment in Canada – that is as heavy as almost 300 Blue Whales! Close to 10,000 tonnes of plastics enter the Great Lakes every year from Canada and the United States

Taking action on pipeline and marine safety

https://www.canada.ca/en/campaign/trans-mountain/what-weve-done/taking-action.html

Jul 23, 2019 ... Find out how Canada ensures the safe and efficient transport of goods in Canadian waters. Protecting the Southern Resident Killer Whale Through the Whales Initiative, we are addressing the main threats to the Southern Resident Killer Whales. Environmental assessments Find out more about the current environmental assessments that go into building major projects

Research to support the protection of whales in Canadian waters

http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/campaign-campagne/protectingwhales-protegerbaleines/research-recherche-eng.html

Mar 7, 2019 ...Research to support the protection of whales in Canadian waters The Government of Canada is committed to taking actions to protect marine mammal populations, in particular the Southern Resident Killer Whales, the North Atlantic Right Whales, and the St. Lawrence Estuary Belugas. Scientific research helps us better understand the threats facing these iconic

B. J. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/adis-2018-sst-562.html

Aug 3, 2019 ... under Whaling. [7] The appeal must be dismissed because an OAS pension is suspended while a person is incarcerated in a federal penitentiary, and the Guaranteed Income Supplement cannot be paid if the claimant cannot receive the OAS pension. Issue [8] Did the General Division err in its analysis of the impact of Whaling on the Appellant’s situation? Analysis [9

Commercial fisheries for Lobster

http://dfo-mpo.gc.ca/fisheries-peches/commercial-commerciale/atl-arc/lobster-homard-eng.html

Jul 29, 2019 ..., 26B (2014) Notices, variations and decisions 2019 lobster fishery conservation harvesting plan for Lobster Fishing Area 25 2019 Further Management Measures to Protect North Atlantic Right Whales (NARW) 2019 Management Measures to Protect North Atlantic Right Whales (NARW) Gulf Region Electronic Logbook (ELOG) Voluntary in 2019 for the Snow Crab, Shrimp

Drone innovation and collaboration - Transport Canada

https://www.tc.gc.ca/en/services/aviation/drone-safety/drone-innovation-collaboration.html

Aug 2, 2019 ... and economically viable drone use in Canada. Drones in the Canadian Arctic Drones could soon be used to monitor Northern Canada’s safety, security and environment as part of the Arctic Unmanned Aircraft System Initiative. To prepare for this, we conducted several flight trials during the spring of 2019. Drones, whales and highways We are using drones to help with North

North Atlantic Right Whales - Notice of grid re-opening: GU36, GU44, GV36, GV42, GV43, GW36

http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/fisheries-peches/commercial-commerciale/atl-arc/narw-bnan/right-whale-baleine-noires-0531-eng.html

May 21, 2019 ...North Atlantic Right Whales - Notice of grid re-opening: GU36, GU44, GV36, GV42, GV43, GW36 Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) – The Gulf and Quebec Regions are providing notice for the reopening of grids that were previously closed due to the presence of North Atlantic Right Whales (NARW). As per the Fisheries dynamic management protocol, the following

Sightseeing along the Cabot Trail - Cape Breton Highlands National Park

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/ns/cbreton/activ/tourisme-sightseeing

Jul 24, 2019 ..." (plateaus). The ebb and flow of the Gulf currents are of great interest. Creating a nursery for a variety of fish species, the currents also have an effect on all five provinces that they border. One quarter of the total Canadian fish catch comes from these waters. MacKenzie Mountain look-off - Whales Catch a glimpse of whales from this look-off on MacKenzie

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