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Number of cruise ship passenger visitors. Dataset broken down by the Port of Halifax and Port of Sydney. Data is reported quarterly.
The locations of coastal British Columbia recreational and pleasure craft cruising routes
Launched in 2017, the Cumulative Effects of Marine Shipping (CEMS) initiative is part of Canada’s $1.5 billion Oceans Protection Plan, which is providing economic opportunities to Canadians today, while protecting our coasts and waterways for future generations. The Cumulative Effects of Marine Shipping initiative is another way that the Government of Canada is protecting our coasts and waterways. https://tc.canada.ca/en/marine-transportation/marine-pollution-environmental-response/cumulative-effects-marine-shipping
As part of this initiative, Transport Canada is working with Indigenous partners and stakeholders in six pilot areas across Canada. Together, we are trying to understand the effects of marine shipping in various coastal areas.
Ten NETCARE scientists were on board the Canadian Coast Guard Ship Amundsen, a research icebreaker, studying atmospheric and oceanic composition throughout the central Arctic in 2014. The cruise departed from Quebec City on July 8, entered Lancaster Sound on July 17, underwent a partial exchange of scientists at Resolute Bay, Nunavut on July 24, and then headed west through the Northwest Passage. All NETCARE scientists left the ship on August 14 in Kugluktuk, Northwest Territories. The research goal was to assess the impact of the ocean in promoting the formation of atmospheric aerosols.
The locations of coastal ferry routes in British Columbia. This includes ferries in coastal waters like BC Ferries, barges, water taxis, etc. but does not include freshwater ferries on inland rivers or lakes.
If you have travelled recently by plane, train or cruise ship, use this Government of Canada tool to find out if you might have been exposed to COVID-19.
NETCARE scientists were on board the Canadian research icebreaker CCGS Amundsen studying atmospheric and oceanic composition throughout the Canadian Arctic in 2016. NETCARE scientists were aboard the ship from 14 July - 25 August, sailing from Iqaluit to Kugluktuk with a personnel change on 27 July at Qikiqtarjuaq.
● University of Toronto
● University of British Columbia
● University of Calgary
● Environment and Climate Change Canada
● Dalhousie University
● Atmospheric gas phase species
● Atmospheric aerosol particle size and number density
● Atmospheric aerosol particle composition
● Atmospheric aerosol chemistry
● Number of ice cloud forming particles
● Ship’s location information
Contained within the 1st Edition (1906) of the Atlas of Canada is a map that shows the lighthouses, as well as sailing routes along the Pacific Coast, circa 1906. There are routes that sailing distances are given from the principal ocean ports of Canada to the other great ocean ports of the world. A table gives the distance, in miles, to Vancouver and Victoria from other major ports. The lighthouses are distinguished between fixed and revolving lights, and light ships.
This service provides routeing measures. These include established (mandatory) direction of traffic flow, recommended direction of traffic flow, separation lines, separation zones, limits of restricted routeing measure, limits of routeing measures, precautionary areas, archipelagic sea lanes (axis line and limit beyond which vessels shall not navigate) and fairways designated by regulatory authority.
These tables outline changes in the energy consumption and other characteristics of major household appliances shipped in Canada between 1990 and 2014.