With an increasing number of whales plying the oceans along the coastlines of North America, incidents of tragic human / whale encounters are growing
The Inuit of Labrador and the federal government have signed a deal that will see the Inuit participate in the development of a marine-management plan covering more than 380,000 square kilometres of coastal waters on the far eastern end of Canada’s Northwest Passage.
Inuit people and the federal government have signed a deal that will see the Inuit use their traditional knowledge to develop a marine-management plan
Together with Canada’s Department of Fisheries, Oceana Canada’s Dr. Rangeley and government scientists operated a 3,000 kilo remotely operated vehicle at depths of 400 meters, where they explored the bountiful thriving sea life.
Greg Taylor, Senior Fisheries Advisor with Watershed Watch’s Salmon Society, provides a regional breakdown of the 2017 wild salmon returns along Canada’s Pacific coast, and shares his findings and conclusions
Seventy per cent of the surface of the earth is covered by water. More significantly, the water is three dimensional
First Nations people across Canada are undertaking increasingly more economic activities to generate wealth.
Our dependence for food and life on the ocean that covers 70 per cent of the world’s surface is only now being fully understood and appreciated.
It is estimated that 70 per cent of the Earth’s surface area is made up of oceans that, in-turn, provide habitat for 75 per cent of all known species on earth.
Following one of the wettest months of April on record, the first week of May 2017 also was the wettest recorded since 1900.