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THE QUEBEC REGION BULLETIN
DECEMBER 2012 - JANUARY 2013/VOLUME 15/NUMBER 6
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Canada's State of the Oceans Report, 2012 Canada's State of the Oceans Report, 2012

Canada's State of the Oceans Report, 2012 presents a summary of the analysis of marine data concerning trends and changes in Canada's oceans. Resulting from the Health of the Oceans Initiative, the report presents a summary of the information contained in the detailed scientific reports prepared for the five Large Ocean Management Areas: the Pacific North Coast; the Beaufort Sea in the Arctic Ocean; the Gulf of St. Lawrence; the Eastern Scotian Shelf and the Placentia Bay/Grand Banks regions of the Atlantic.

Themes in Canada's State of the Oceans Report, 2012:

  • Ecosystem Shifts
  • Ocean Acidification
  • Hypoxia
  • Sea Ice Variability
  • Ocean Climate
  • Aquatic Invasive Species
  • Coldwater Corals and Sponges

Canada's State of the Oceans Report, 2012.



Calendrier des administrations portuaires The 2013 Harbour Authorities Calendar

Back by popular demand after its success this past year is the harbour authorities' 2013 calendar! The theme is Quebec Harbour Authorities – Keeping the environment at heart.

This calendar serves as an important communications tool. It raises awareness of the crucial role that harbour authorities play in community economic development while upholding the highest environmental protection standards in fishing harbours. As a result, more copies will be printed. The calendar will also be distributed to fishers' associations, municipalities and regional county municipalities to promote the services offered by harbour authorities in managing commercial fishing harbours.

Lyne Beaumont
Small Craft Harbours

Commercial fisheries
Consultation calendar

Please take note that our calendar for commercial fisheries consultations that will be held this winter is now available at our Web site.

However, we strongly suggest you contact the relevant managers to confirm meeting details. The managers’ names and contact information are listed in the calendar.

Consultation calendar – 2012-2013