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THE QUEBEC REGION BULLETIN
FEBRUARY - MARCH 2012/VOLUME 15/NUMBER 1
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Good practice guides
Now available online

Three guides outlining good practice for protecting fish and fish habitat—The Fish Habitat Primer, The Dock Primer and The Shore Primer—are now available online.

The Fish Habitat Primer
The Dock Primer
The Shore Primer

 


New web pages
Ecosystem management

Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Quebec Region has new content on its website! The newly-added web pages explore themes such as aquatic species at risk, protecting fish habitat when working near watercourses and aquatic environment protection and management.

Check it out and discover a wealth of information on the latest developments in these areas of interest in Quebec.

Species at Risk
Fish Habitat
Aquatic Environment Management



New edition of Sailing Directions
ATL 110 St. Lawrence River, Cap Whittle / Cap Gaspé to Les Escoumins and Anticosti Island
ATL 110 Cover

As of November 25, 2011, mariners and boaters have had access to a new edition of the Sailing Directions booklet ATL 110, St. Lawrence River, Cap Whittle / Cap Gaspé to Les Escoumins and Anticosti Island (3rd edition).

This booklet is now produced using a new printing-on-demand process, which means that the corrections published in previous Notices to Mariners are incorporated in the text. Thus, the users may obtain a corrected version. The date of the latest edition of Notices to Mariners applied is shown through a window on the cover of the publication.

Sailing Directions describe the waterways by incorporating pictures, diagrams of fishing harbours and marinas, as well as providing general information on commercial ports, fishing harbours and marinas.

The new ATL is available for $10.95 at all Canadian Hydrographic Service authorized dealers.

List of authorized dealers
Fisheries and Oceans Canada - national site