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Marine transportation safety investigation M16A0140 - Transportation Safety Board

http://tsb-bst.gc.ca/eng/enquetes-investigations/marine/2016/m16a0140/m16a0140.html

Mar 1, 2019 ... devices at all times when on the deck of a commercial fishing vessel or on board a commercial fishing vessel without a deck or deck structure and that WorkSafeNB ensure that programs are developed to confirm compliance. All Marine recommendations Media materials News releases 2017-07-26 TSB recommends mandatory safety measures following investigation into 2016

Marine transportation safety investigation M16A0140 - Transportation Safety Board

http://www.bst-tsb.gc.ca/eng/enquetes-investigations/marine/2016/m16a0140/m16a0140.html

Mar 1, 2019 ... fishing vessel or on board a commercial fishing vessel without a deck or deck structure and that WorkSafeNB ensure that programs are developed to confirm compliance. All Marine recommendations News releases 2017-07-26 TSB recommends mandatory safety measures following investigation into 2016 fatal capsizing of a fishing vessel near Salmon Beach, New Brunswick Read

Commercial Fish Harvester Convicted of Fishing in a Closed Area - Vessel's Electronic Monitoring System Aids in Conviction

https://www.canada.ca/en/news/archive/2007/12/commercial-fish-harvester-convicted-fishing-closed-area-vessel-electronic-monitoring-system-aids-conviction.html

Dec 6, 2007 ...Commercial Fish Harvester Convicted of Fishing in a Closed Area - Vessel's Electronic Monitoring System Aids in Conviction News Release December 6, 2007 Port Alberni, B.C. - Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) announced today that a commercial lingcod harvester has been fined $12,500 after pleading guilty to fishing for lingcod in a closed area. On September

6 March 2019 - News release 2019 - Transportation Safety Board of Canada

http://www.bst-tsb.gc.ca/eng/medias-media/communiques/autres-other/2019/prelim-20190306.html

Mar 26, 2019 ... than the previous year, 12 of the 15 fatal marine accidents and 17 of the 22 marine fatalities were related to the commercial fishing industry. Clearly, more needs to be done to improve safety in this industry. That is why commercial fishing safety will remain on the TSB Watchlist of key safety issues until more positive change is accomplished. Some 936 marine

6 March 2019 - News release 2019 - Transportation Safety Board of Canada

http://tsb-bst.gc.ca/eng/medias-media/communiques/autres-other/2019/prelim-20190306.html

Mar 26, 2019 ... than the previous year, 12 of the 15 fatal marine accidents and 17 of the 22 marine fatalities were related to the commercial fishing industry. Clearly, more needs to be done to improve safety in this industry. That is why commercial fishing safety will remain on the TSB Watchlist of key safety issues until more positive change is accomplished. Some 936 marine

14 December 2016 - Marine news release - Transportation Safety Board of Canada

http://tsb-bst.gc.ca/eng/medias-media/communiques/marine/2016/m15p0286-20161214.asp

Dec 14, 2016 ...News release Stability and PFD issues led to September 2015 commercial fishing fatalities off the west coast of Vancouver Island Richmond, British Columbia, 14 December 2016 – Another fatal commercial fishing accident that occurred in September 2015 off the West Coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia (M15P0286), has led the Transportation Safety Board

Publications listed by number - CRA

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Jun 14, 2019 ...-Registrant's Sale of Real Property 1998-09-15 19-3-7 Real Property Rebates - Special Issues 2000-02-16 19-3-8-1 New Housing Rebates and HST at 13% 2008-01-11 19-3-8 New Housing Rebates and the HST 2007-12-21 19-3 Real Property Rebates 2002-02-21 19-4-1 Commercial Real Property - Sales and Rentals 1999-09-08 19-4-2 Commercial Real Property - Deemed Supplies 2001-01-14

Statistics | Fisheries and Oceans Canada

http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/stats/stats-eng.htm

Feb 8, 2019 ...Statistics In order to monitor fisheries-related activities and identify trends over time, Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) collects and compiles statistics related to aquaculture, commercial fisheries, recreational fishing and trade (imports/exports). Statistics play a key role in the Department’s decision-making processes, helping to ensure sustainable

Status of major fish stocks

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/environmental-indicators/status-major-fish-stocks.html

May 10, 2019 ... management. The data also give an indication of progress in implementing sustainable fisheries policies. Fisheries managers and scientists include results from the most recent stock assessments in their response to the survey. The survey includes major stocks used by commercial, recreational and Indigenous fisheries. A fish stock is a population of individuals of 1

18 June 2018 - Marine news release - Transportation Safety Board of Canada

http://www.bst-tsb.gc.ca/eng/medias-media/communiques/marine/2018/m17p0052-20180618.html

Jan 14, 2019 ...News release Inadequate stability information led to the March 2017 capsizing and sinking of the fishing vessel Miss Cory in British Columbia Associated links (M17P0052) Investigation report Investigation page Purse seining Commercial Fishing Safety - Watchlist Marine recommendations M94-33 M16-02 Richmond, British Columbia, 18 June 2018  – In its

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