Blue Economy Strategy
Canada has an opportunity to harness its ocean growth potential by building back better—and bluer. Growing a sustainable blue economy requires a strategy to create jobs in coastal communities while ensuring our oceans remain healthy.
Blue Economy Regulatory Review: open
This review will:
- look at how regulation affects ocean innovation
- identify barriers to environmentally sustainable growth in areas, such as technology and energy
- help the development of agile regulations to address concerns of future-oriented ocean industries
The goal of the review is to ensure that new and existing frameworks promote innovation and growth, while continuing to improve:
- environmental protection
The engagement period will be open until March 17, 2023.
Canada's oceans agenda
Steps to ensure we have safer, cleaner and healthier oceans.
Outlook to 2027
Presents the results of a dynamic simulation model and more.
Canada's fish and seafood exports
Canada exported fish and seafood products worldwide.
Economic Contribution of Canada’s Marine Sectors
The tables presented estimates of the economic contribution.
Cross cutting advanced technology industry focused on products and services.
Oil and Gas
Oil and gas offshore exploration and development.
Ports, port fees, Canada Port Authorities, small craft harbours, anchorages.
Online engagement: closed
- Removing Barriers for Canada's Oceans Industries to Promote Innovation and Sustainable Growth
[December 14, 2022]
- Government of Canada releases What We Heard Report: Engaging on Canada’s Blue Economy Strategy
[March 11, 2022]
- Minister Jordan calling all Canadians to contribute to our Blue Economy Strategy
[February 23, 2021]
- Minister Jordan launches engagement on Canada’s new Blue Economy Strategy
[February 8, 2021]
- Canada commits to growing the blue economy at home and around the globe
[December 3, 2020]
- Statement by the Prime Minister on the Sustainable Blue Economy Conference
[November 28, 2018]
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