A fishery officer meeting a kayaker

Update on Fishery Officers’ Summer Operations

By Dean Flynn

As the year comes to a close, boating season has ended, and it is time to review our operations. 

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A meaningful collaboration to foster Indigenous employability

By Andréanne Dumas-Doré and Véronique Gendron

In 2020, Fisheries and Oceans Canada set a goal of innovating in the recruitment, integration and professional development of Indigenous employees. 

Maurice Lamontagne Institute

This Summer’s Guided Tours of the Maurice Lamontagne Institute Are Going Virtual!

By Jean-Yves Savaria

After being paused last summer because of the COVID-19 pandemic, guided tours of the Maurice Lamontagne Institute are back this year in a brand new format.

Member of the Canadian Coast Guard on a boat

The weather’s getting better and the Canadian Coast Guard’s inshore rescue boat stations are now open

By Guylaine Beaudoin

The Canadian Coast Guard recently announced that its inshore rescue boat stations in Saint-Zotique, Vaudreuil (Lac des Deux Montagnes), Beaconsfield, Longueuil, Sorel and Trois-Rivières reopened for the season on Wednesday, May 26 at noon. 


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