A Yellow ODAS buoy has been deployed in the vicinity of Quisitis Point at 48 59.658N 125 42.012W with a yellow flashing light.
The submerged object at Bar-C, Tununuk Pt. has been marked with a temporary Red buoy at mile 1039.0 at 68 59.95 N. 134 40.55 W.
Two booms, each 90 metres in length, in place on each side of the basin in vicinity of 45 33.50N 073 31.40W from 141200 UTC Aug 2020 until 041900 UTC Sep 2020. Opening of 300 metres between booms. Buoys on site alongside booms.
Navigation prohibited for all vessels except those involved with dredging in the zone southeast of 45 33.50N 073 31.40W from 14 Aug 2020 until 04 Sep 2020.
Port aux Basques MCTS. All VHF DSC services located at Table Mountain off air 132110 UTC Aug 2020.
Mooring dolphin, 9 metres by 9 metres, established in the vicinity of dock 3, centred on 43 44.687N 081 43.341W.
Blasting notice at the Iqaluit marine infrastructure project.
The blasting will take place August 14, 2020 at 2200UTC (1800 EDT).
There will be 12 siren shots given, then a 30 second pause followed by the firing.
A blast verification will follow the firing with a long siren call that will indicate that the area is safe to transit.
Red pillar buoy adrift in the vicinity of 43 58.656N 066 16.868W.
A green buoy at Mile 752.9 has been established at 66 51.085N 130 07.230W
The red buoy at Mile 753.5 at 66 51.566N 130 07.096W has been relocated to Mile 753.5 at 66 51.573N 130 07.295W
The seasonal recommissioning of following Canadian Coast Guard buoys completed :
Tuktoyaktuk Approach light buoy TC LL 2506; Green buoys number 1 through number 13; Red buoy number 16; Tuktoyaktuk Turning light buoy T15 LL 2509;
Tuktoyaktuk Inner harbour buoys 42 and 43.
Permanently relocated from 46 39.155N 063 51.312W to 46 39.340N 063 51.454W.
Permanently relocated from 46 39.170N 063 51.328W to 46 39.364N 063 51.506W.
Permanently relocated from 46 39.136N 063 50.855W to 46 39.466N 063 51.382W.
Changed from unlighted to lighted buoy. Light characteristics: Green. Flash 0.3 seconds. Eclipse 0.7 seconds. Repositioned to 46 12.432N 063 29.403W.
Log reported adrift in the vicinity of 45 10.47N 074 19.78W at 131630 UTC Aug 2020. Log is 6 metres in length with a 25-centimetre diameter.
Off position 55 metres into the channel