Fisheries and Oceans Canada

International Research Alliance Launches North Atlantic Ocean Survey

A joint Canada – U.S. – European Union research team departs Halifax, Nova Scotia on a trans-Atlantic journey to Tromsø, Norway to map the ocean seabed. Learn more about Canada’s international collaboration under the Galway Statement to better understand the North Atlantic Ocean.

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CCGS Louis S. St-Laurent

Canada’s Extended Continental Shelf Program

Canada’s scientific team departs on a six-week expedition in the high Arctic aboard the CCGS Louis S. St-Laurent, along with the CCGS Terry Fox, to collect data on Canada’s extended continental shelf. Learn more about our exciting science.

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Canada’s Extended Continental Shelf Program

Nautical Charts

Heading out on the water? Ensure you have the most up-to-date nautical charts for the area where you are navigating. Get your charts

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Nautical Charts Crest

Whale Watching Tips for Boaters

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Whales

A Day in the Life of a CCG Ship’s Crew – Search and Rescue of Sergey Ananov

Russian pilot Sergey Ananov was attempting a solo flight around the globe when his two-seater helicopter broke down and plunged into the icy Arctic waters of Davis Strait. His harrowing tale of survival became a Canadian triumph when the Coast Guard arrived to save him. Read the details of the rescue.

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Search and Rescue of Sergey Ananov