Off position at 48 01.900N 069 21.100W.
Unreliable, not visible 360 degrees.
Wharf construction taking place daily from 1100 UTC to 2300 UTC, at the Kingston-Wolfe Island ferry terminal. The ferry will remain operational. Vessels are not permitted to dock on the south side. Construction area will be marked and lit.
The channel at Skinners Pond, P.E.I. has infilled with sand making navigation difficult. Caution.
Three turbidity measuring instruments temporarily established at:
45 50.004N 073 16.962W, retained by buoy
45 48.869N 073 18.418W, retained by a small craft
45 49.375N 073 17.775W, retained by a small craft
Mooring installation underway from September 21 - October 31 in the vicinity of 47 33.208N 054 08.621W.
Dredging operations in the Fraser River the vicinity of 49 09.245N 122 57.603W.
24 hours per day from 17 Sep to 17 Oct.
On site vessels monitoring VHF Channel 74.
Submarine fibre optic cable has been installed in Chatham Sound from Ridley Island in the vicinity of Prince Rupert Harbour to Mountain Point in the vicinity of Ketchikan, Alaska along the eastern most navigable waters.
Privately maintained green lighted buoy off position at 43 37.91N 079 24.25W.
The Grosse Ile Toll Bridge at mile 8.80 is secured to masted navigation from 1200 UTC until 1300 UTC and again from 2100 UTC until 2200 UTC Monday to Friday until Dec 01, 2020. Except for federal holidays, the bridge will open on the hour and half hour for recreational vessels. Vessels able to pass under the bridge without an opening may do so at any time.
The Grosse Ile Toll Bridge at mile 8.80 will require a 2 hour advance notice for openings until Oct 23, 2020 due to maintenance. Barges under one drawspan. Mariners should provide advance notice directly to the drawtender.