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Completed projects

The following projects have been completed under the DFO Small Craft Harbours Abandoned and Wrecked Vessel Removal Program, which is part of the broader federal government’s Oceans Protection Plan and a key component of the National Strategy to Address Canada’s Wrecked and Abandoned Vessels.

As per the program’s terms and conditions, recipients received funding of up to five thousand dollars for activities related to obtaining legal possession and assessment of the vessel, and up to fifty thousand dollars for the removal and disposal of a vessel.

2018/2019

British Columbia (Steveston, Alert Bay, Port Edward, and Pender)

British Columbia (Steveston, Alert Bay, Port Edward, and Pender)

Eight boats removed and disposed of, and another three funded to obtain legal possession

Quebec (Pointe Basse, Havre Aubert, and Newport)

Quebec (Pointe Basse, Havre Aubert, and Newport)

One boat removed and disposed of, and another three funded to obtain legal possession

Newfoundland and Labrador (Musgrave, Codroy, Burgeo, and Branch)

Newfoundland and Labrador (Musgrave, Codroy, Burgeo, and Branch)

Five boats removed and disposed of

2017/2018

Port Saunders, NL (Port Saunders Harbour Authority)

Port Saunders, NL (Port Saunders Harbour Authority)

Project Completed. One vessel has been removed and disposed of.

Ford Cove, BC (Ford Cove Harbour Authority)

Ford Cove, BC (Ford Cove Harbour Authority)

Project Completed. One vessel has been removed and disposed of.

Powell River, BC (City of Powell River)

Powell River, BC (City of Powell River)

Project Completed. One vessel has been removed and disposed of.

Port Edward and Prince Rupert, BC (Port Edward Harbour Authority)

Port Edward and Prince Rupert, BC (Port Edward Harbour Authority)

Project Completed. Six vessels have been removed and disposed of.

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