Canadian Coast Guard
The Canadian Coast Guard is a special operating agency within Fisheries and Oceans Canada. We work to ensure the safety of mariners in Canadian waters and protect Canada’s marine environment.
We support Canada’s economic growth through the safe and efficient movement of maritime trade. We help to ensure our country’s sovereignty and security through our presence in Canadian waters.
Services and information
Regional maps and charts, navigation aids, waterways management and marine services fees.
Training programs, how to apply and life on campus.
Emergency contact information for marine search and rescue, nautical hazards and marine pollution.
Incident reporting, safety systems and equipment, and maritime search and rescue service delivery.
Preparing and responding to marine pollution, make a report and international cooperation.
Icebreaking centres, services, fees, photos and response-time commitments.
Safety and navigation-related services for vessels, boaters and fishers.
National and international systems, projects and organizations enhancing Canada’s maritime security.
Marine vessels and helicopters, services, design and construction.
About the program, compliance, funding, inventory, risk assessment and how to report a problem vessel.
Objectives, services and standards.
Student employment, volunteering and how to join the Canadian Coast Guard.
About the Canadian Coast Guard
- Reopening of Seasonal Canadian Coast Guard Search and Rescue Stations in Quebec
2021-03-30 14:45 - News release
- Government of Canada takes further action to address marine pollution from the MV Schiedyk shipwreck in British Columbia
2021-03-29 14:15 - News release
- Icebreaking at Parry Sound, Ontario
2021-03-26 15:23 - News release
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