After the cruise industry’s two-year lockdown, the first vessel has once again sailed back into Canada’s waters. Cruise vessels saw the direst outbreaks early on in the pandemic, with epic, crushing outcomes for the sector.
Canada is still extending its efforts to prevent Russia’s invasion of Ukraine by imposing new measures on the country’s ports and waters.
The Royal Canadian Navy has put a foot forward in an initiative to be more inclusive and open to a diversity of genders by adopting gender-neutral ranks.
The Government of Canada continues to monitor the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic and the impacts it is having on the marine and tourism sectors.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, on March 13, 2020, the Public Health Agency of Canada advised Canadians to avoid all non-essential travel outside Canada.
AltaGas celebrates the grand opening of its Ridley Island Propane Export Terminal, located in Prince Rupert, British Columbia – the first marine export facility for propane in Canada.
ABS is now authorized to survey non-combatant vessels and undertake certification activities in key hazard areas identified by the Naval Ship Code.
Shell Canada Energy, announced it has taken an FID on LNG Canada, a major LNG project in Kitimat, British Columbia, Canada, in which Shell has a 40% working interest.
TSB of Canada found that inadequate vessel maintenance and voyage planning guided by an underqualified crew led to the January 2017 grounding of the bunkering tanker Arca 1 near Sydney, Nova Scotia.
IMO’s work to protect the polar environment and the safety of seafarers and passengers navigating in polar regions has received a donation by the Government of Canada.