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Federal

The Canadian Register of Small Commercial Vessels includes registration information about small non-pleasure vessels powered by an engine of 10 horsepower (7.5 kW) or more and commercial river rafts.

Registration for small non-pleasure human-powered vessels (such as canoes or kayaks), or small sailing vessels and small power-driven vessels with propulsion motors less than 10 horsepower (7.5 kW) is not required, however owners have the option to register voluntarily.

Vessel owners or operators must still comply with construction, safety, and pollution requirements set out in the Canada Shipping Act, 2001.

Last Updated: Oct. 2, 2018
Date Published: Feb. 27, 2014
Organization: Transport Canada
Formats: XML JSON DOCX
Keywords:  vessel, small vessel, boat, register, registry, form, FAQs, frequently asked questions
Federal

The Wrecked, Abandoned or Hazardous Vessels Act (WAHVA) Public Record fulfills obligations set out under section 107 of the Act, which requires the Minister of Transport to maintain and disclose a public record of all notices of violation and notices of default issued under the Act. The Public Record publishes the nature of the violation committed under the WAHVA, the name of the person or vessel that committed it, and the corresponding penalty amount. The record is online as of August 1st, 2019 and includes data only when violations are found under the WAHVA.

Last Updated: Aug. 23, 2019
Date Published: Aug. 1, 2019
Organization: Transport Canada
Formats: HTML
Keywords:  Public Record, Wrecked Abandoned or Hazardous Vessels Act (WAHVA), Section 107, Vessel of Concern (VoC), Vessel, Wreck, Abandoned, Hazard, Dilapidated
Federal

Tow, catch, length frequency, and biological information for fish caught during the annual September research vessel trawl surveys in the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence (NAFO Division 4T). Abundance indices and spatial distribution patterns of commercial and non-commercial groundfish.

Last Updated: Apr. 8, 2020
Date Published: Jan. 20, 2020
Organization: Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Formats: CSV ESRI REST
Keywords:  Length-Frequency Measurements, Earth Science > Oceans > Aquatic Sciences > Fisheries, In Situ/Laboratory Instruments > Samplers > Bottles/Flasks/Jars > NISKIN BOTTLES, In Situ/Laboratory Instruments > Samplers > Trawls/Nets > Trawl, Amblyraja radiata, Anarhichas lupus, Artediellus atlanticus, Clupea harengus, Cottidae
Federal

The Vehicles Recall Database is used by the Defect Investigations and Recalls Division to record recalls and monitor recall completion rates pertaining to vehicles, tires, and child restraints.

The API excludes all the “inconsequential” or “non-safety related” recall data.

Last Updated: Sep. 28, 2018
Date Published: Aug. 26, 2012
Organization: Transport Canada
Formats: XML DOCX JSON CSV TXT
Keywords:  Defects, Recalls, Investigations, Vehicle, Vehicle Recalls, Transport Canada, Road Safety, Transport, Transportation
Federal

“4VSW” missions focus on the eastern half of the Scotian Shelf, and occur primarily in March, but sets in both February, and April are also present in the data. These missions use a unique stratification scheme intended to optimize the abundance estimates of cod. Collected data includes total catch in numbers and weights by species. Length frequency data is available for most species, as are the age, sex, maturity and weight information for a subset of the individual animals.

Last Updated: Feb. 23, 2021
Date Published: Aug. 31, 2020
Organization: Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Formats: XLSX CSV ESRI REST
Keywords:  Agricultural Aquatic Sciences, Agriculture, Animals/Vertebrates, Aquatic Sciences, Biological Classification, Biosphere, Earth Science, Ecological Dynamics, Fish
Federal

This document provides Canadians with an annual summary of selected maritime safety data. It covers commercial vessels, which include all vessels registered or licensed to operate commercially. Pleasure craft occurrences are not normally included unless they also involve a commercial vessel. The TSB gathers and uses this data during the course of our investigations to analyze safety deficiencies and identify risks in the Canadian transportation system.

Last Updated: Jan. 29, 2021
Date Published: Jul. 11, 2018
Organization: Transportation Safety Board of Canada
Formats: HTML
Keywords:  marine occurrence statistics
Federal

Polygons denoting concentrations of sea pens, small and large gorgonian corals and sponges on the east coast of Canada have been identified through spatial analysis of research vessel survey by-catch data following an approach used by the Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization (NAFO) in the Regulatory Area (NRA) on Flemish Cap and southeast Grand Banks. Kernel density analysis was used to identify high concentrations and the area occupied by successive catch weight thresholds was used to identify aggregations. These analyses were performed for each of the five biogeographic zones of eastern Canada. The largest sea pen fields were found in the Laurentian Channel as it cuts through the Gulf of St. Lawrence, while large gorgonian coral forests were found in the Eastern Arctic and on the northern Labrador continental slope.

Last Updated: Sep. 16, 2019
Date Published: Oct. 4, 2016
Organization: Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Formats: ESRI REST
Keywords:  Eastern Arctic Biogeographic Zone, Eastern Arctic, Arctic, Large Gorgonian Field, Large Gorgonian, Campelen, Marine biology
Federal

The sea scallop research survey is conducted on CCGS MPerley and has stratified random sampling. For each tow (or sample), data is recorded on tow, all specimens caught, geolocation, shell height frequency and biological samples.

Last Updated: Sep. 14, 2020
Date Published: Apr. 7, 2020
Organization: Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Formats: FGDB/GDB CSV ESRI REST GEOJSON
Keywords:  Field Surveys, Earth Science > Biological Classification > Animals/Invertebrates > Arthropods > Crustaceans, Earth Science > Biological Classification > Animals/Invertebrates > Mollusks, Earth Science > Biological Classification > Animals/Invertebrates > Mollusks > Bivalves, Earth Science > Oceans > Aquatic Sciences > Aquaculture, Placopecten magellanicus, North Atlantic Ocean > Gulf of St. Lawrence, Fisheries
Federal

Polygons denoting concentrations of sea pens, small and large gorgonian corals and sponges on the east coast of Canada have been identified through spatial analysis of research vessel survey by-catch data following an approach used by the Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization (NAFO) in the Regulatory Area (NRA) on Flemish Cap and southeast Grand Banks. Kernel density analysis was used to identify high concentrations and the area occupied by successive catch weight thresholds was used to identify aggregations. These analyses were performed for each of the five biogeographic zones of eastern Canada. The largest sea pen fields were found in the Laurentian Channel as it cuts through the Gulf of St. Lawrence, while large gorgonian coral forests were found in the Eastern Arctic and on the northern Labrador continental slope.

Last Updated: Sep. 16, 2019
Date Published: Oct. 17, 2016
Organization: Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Formats: ESRI REST
Keywords:  Scotian Shelf Biogeographic Zone, Scotian Shelf, Large Gorgonian Field, Large Gorgonian, Western IIA, Marine biology
Federal

Polygons denoting concentrations of sea pens, small and large gorgonian corals and sponges on the east coast of Canada have been identified through spatial analysis of research vessel survey by-catch data following an approach used by the Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization (NAFO) in the Regulatory Area (NRA) on Flemish Cap and southeast Grand Banks. Kernel density analysis was used to identify high concentrations and the area occupied by successive catch weight thresholds was used to identify aggregations. These analyses were performed for each of the five biogeographic zones of eastern Canada. The largest sea pen fields were found in the Laurentian Channel as it cuts through the Gulf of St. Lawrence, while large gorgonian coral forests were found in the Eastern Arctic and on the northern Labrador continental slope.

Last Updated: Sep. 16, 2019
Date Published: Oct. 14, 2016
Organization: Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Formats: ESRI REST
Keywords:  Newfoundland - Labrador Shelves Biogeographic Zone, Newfoundland - Labrador Shelves, Newfoundland, Labrador, Large Gorgonian Field, Large Gorgonian, Campelen, Marine biology
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