A few videos dealing with the activities of Fisheries and Oceans Canada and the Canadian Coast Guard in Quebec can be viewed on YouTube.
Protecting Canada's Lake Sturgeon
Learn about the Lake Sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens), one of the largest freshwater fish in the world. It has been assessed to be at risk across Canada by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Species in Canada (COSEWIC) and is currently being considered for protection under the Species at Risk Act.
For the 2010 campaign against poaching in Quebec, fishers and fishery officers talk about marine resources protection and the Poaching Alert line.
- Report Poaching – Message from a lobster harvester
- Report Poaching – Message from a groundfish harvester
- Report Poaching – Fishery officer and recreational fishermen
- Report Poaching – The Poaching Alert line
For further information: Poaching Alert Program
Navigate the Port of Québec City in 3D
Animated video prepared by the Canadian Hydrographic Service, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Quebec Region. Discover the complexity of the riverbed in the Québec City area by watching the underwater images acquired using multibeam echosounders.
Work on the Rivière-au-Tonnerre Wharf
Interview with Élisabeth Marceau, Head Project Engineer at the Small Craft Harbours Branch, Quebec Region. She explains the work done at the Rivière-au-Tonnerre fishing harbour on the North Shore in Quebec. This work was done as part of Canada’s Economic Action Plan.
Other Fisheries and Oceans Canada and Canadian Coast Guard videos have been posted on the DFO’s YouTube channel.
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