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Dr. Theresa Tam Aug 12
No matter our age, every one of us can influence those around us to make the right public health choices to help of . and use your influence to help keep those around you safe.
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Mysids may be small, but they’re hugely important to the Great Lakes. 🦐The went out after dark in search of this invisible critter with our science staff, Kelly Bowen, Robert D. Linley, and Robin Rozon. Watch the episode here:
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Many believe there are many more white sharks in 🇨🇦 waters, but the reality is that they have always been here! Sophisticated tracking tags have helped us keep track of sharks, making it seem like there are more than ever!
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Fisheries and Oceans Aug 13
In the Bay of Fundy, giant basking sharks have been seen in small schools swimming nose to tail in circles. These schools may form for mating purposes, and are often divided by sex and size.
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Fisheries and Oceans Aug 13
After discussions with the fishing industry, at sea observer corporations and other stakeholders, we have re-instated the At-Sea Observer program while following measures to ensure the safety of observers onboard fishing vessels. Learn more:
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Fisheries and Oceans Aug 13
We’re working with non-profit organizations, industry partners, and other government departments to redirect millions of pounds of food – including fish and seafood – to Canadians who need it most.
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Transport Canada Aug 12
📣 Attention : are still being spotted west of Anticosti Island. Help protect this endangered mammal by continuing to slow down, being on watch and keeping your distance. For more info:
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Fisheries and Oceans Aug 12
that it can be quite difficult to research the max lifespan of sharks? While scientists are fairly certain spiny dogfish can live to be 70, little is known about the life history of larger species like the great white.
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Dr. Theresa Tam Aug 12
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Fisheries and Oceans Aug 11
The Maliseet Nation Conservation Council, with help from the , is continuing their great work using SCUBA and surface supply diving to collect ghost gear in the Bay of Fundy.
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Fisheries and Oceans Aug 11
In 2019, Canada took a stand against shark finning by banning the import and export of fins not attached to a shark. This , learn more about what 🇨🇦 is doing to protect these species:
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Dr. Theresa Tam Aug 11
1/2 To date, labs across 🇨🇦 have tested 4,505,218 people for , w\ an average ~2.5% positive overall, for a rate of 119,854 people tested per million population in Canada.
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Fisheries and Oceans Aug 10
Greenland sharks are the only shark species found regularly in the , cruising slowly through waters of -2°C and 7°C.
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Transport Canada Aug 10
We take the protection of seriously! that the speed restrictions in the Gulf of – where the majority of right whales have been spotted in recent years – cover more than 72,000 square kilometers of waters?
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Fisheries and Oceans Aug 10
Replying to @FishOceansCAN
See the notice on the Gulf Region recreational fisheries page . Look for the reopening notice to be published on that same web page when the water cools down and fishing can resume in the river.
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Fisheries and Oceans Aug 10
Warm temperatures have an impact on fish as river waters warm up. To protect the fish, we've closed the recreational fishery for all species in some sections of the Margaree River, in NS.
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CanadianPM Aug 10
Investing in testing, contact tracing, and public health data management will help slow the spread of and prevent future outbreaks. Learn more about the Agreement:
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Fisheries and Oceans Aug 10
Self-employed fish harvesters could receive financial support to make up for lost income during the pandemic. Are you eligible for the Fish Harvester Benefit and Grant Program? Find out today! Applications open August 24!
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Fisheries and Oceans Aug 9
Despite being one of the smaller sharks in the open ocean, blue sharks sure are globetrotters. Found 🌎, they are known to migrate with the seasons, chasing warmer water and abundant food supplies.
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CanadianPM Aug 9
Today, we celebrate the traditions, values, cultures, and strengths of Indigenous peoples in Canada and around the world. Read Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s statement on the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples:
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