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Seasonal Buoy Program - Great Lakes 2022-11-14
NW-C-1987-22

The seasonal decommissioning of Canadian Coast Guard navigational buoys is underway in the Great Lakes sector.

Mariners requiring additional information are requested to contact the appropriate MCTS Centre, Navigational Warning Issuing Desk, or visit the Canadian Coast Guard website at the following address: e-navigation.canada.ca

Areas affected by the message
Obstruction - Lake Simcoe, Trent-Severn Waterway - Georgina Island 2022-10-04
NW-C-1727-22

Acoustic Doppler current profiler temporarily established at 44 20.814N 079 19.724W, depth 10 metres, marked with a yellow buoy equipped with reflective tape and flashing light.

Areas affected by the message
Obstruction - Metal post - Trent-Severn Waterway - Coboconk 2022-10-03
NW-C-1720-22

Metal post reported at 44 39.103N 078 48.191W.

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Obstruction - Rocks - Trent-Severn Waterway - Bobcaygeon 2022-08-14
NW-C-1389-22

Rocks reported in the vicinity of 44 31.271N 078 29.859W, south of Big Island.

Areas affected by the message
Aids to Navigation - Lake Simcoe, Trent-Severn Waterway - Keswick 2022-05-12
NW-C-0499-22

Orange buoy temporarily established in 44 13.927N 079 28.326W to mark Keswick Water Pollution control plant effluant outfall manhole MH9B.

Areas affected by the message
Obstruction - Lake Simcoe, Trent-Severn Waterway - Kempenfelt Bay 2022-05-04
NW-C-0401-22

Subsurface scientific mooring temporarily established at 44 23.88N 079 34.27W, 3.5 metres below the surface.

Areas affected by the message
Obstruction - Submerged sign - Trent-Severn Waterway - Coboconk 2021-09-03
NW-C-1553-21

Speed restriction sign submerged in 44 39.261N 078 48.076W.

Areas affected by the message
Waterway information - COVID-19 - Canada 2021-08-12
NW-C-1377-21

On 11 March 2020, the World Health Organization declared that the global outbreak of COVID-19 is a pandemic. To reduce the spread of COVID-19, where possible, practice physical distancing and proper hygiene, keep rooms well ventilated and disinfect surfaces on board.

Mariners are reminded of their responsibility to declare any on-board illness as outlined in Part 4, of the Canadian Coast Guard publication, Radio Aids to Marine Navigation.

The Canadian Coast Guard remains ready to provide assistance to mariners.

Visit www.Canada.ca for updates on COVID-19.

Visit www.TC.Canada.ca for COVID-19 updates related to Marine Transportation.

Areas affected by the message
Obstruction - Dock - Lake Simcoe, Trent-Severn Waterway - Barrie 2021-06-30
NW-C-0961-21

Dock 3.6 metres by 60 centimetres submerged 60 centimetres at 44 23.52N 079 39.11W.

Areas affected by the message
Aids to Navigation - Trent-Severn Waterway - Rice Lake 2021-06-03
NW-C-0765-21

Temporarily removed and replaced with a red spar buoy.

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Aids to Navigation - Trent-Severn Waterway - Otonabee River 2021-06-02
NW-C-0745-21

A red and a green buoy temporarily established to mark a shoal at 44 21.722N 078 17.422W and 44 21.727N 078 17.422W.

Areas affected by the message
Waterway information - Detroit River, Great Lakes, Lake Erie, Lake Huron, Lake St. Clair, North Channel, St. Clair River, St. Marys River, Whitefish Bay 2021-04-01
NW-C-0261-21

Updated survey information and shoaling conditions for the navigational channel is now available on the Canadian Coast Guard website (http://www.marinfo.gc.ca/en/publications/etatduchenal.php?sector=GL#10;-83.09784;42.17664).

For more information, contact Bailey Humphrey at bailey.humphrey@dfo-mpo.gc.ca

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ID Date Title Areas Charts Description
NW-C-1987-22
Areas affected by the message
45° 41.373'N 082° 27.639'W
Pt 1: 42° 04.465'N 084° 07.909'W
Pt 2: 45° 12.954'N 084° 30.256'W
Pt 3: 46° 49.564'N 089° 13.083'W
Pt 4: 47° 52.473'N 090° 36.148'W
Pt 5: 51° 04.260'N 089° 35.136'W
Pt 6: 50° 44.796'N 087° 14.430'W
Pt 7: 47° 14.637'N 082° 15.052'W
Pt 8: 47° 15.398'N 081° 08.961'W
Pt 9: 47° 47.004'N 079° 28.765'W
Pt 10: 47° 13.991'N 079° 02.076'W
Pt 11: 45° 51.776'N 074° 58.456'W
Pt 12: 45° 09.359'N 073° 41.831'W
Pt 13: 43° 53.154'N 074° 55.752'W
Pt 14: 42° 48.575'N 076° 12.614'W
Pt 15: 41° 13.528'N 081° 00.302'W
Pt 16: 40° 43.660'N 082° 04.392'W
Pt 17: 40° 40.664'N 082° 42.095'W
Pt 18: 40° 57.314'N 083° 29.506'W
Pt 19: 41° 09.129'N 083° 46.058'W
Pt 20: 41° 25.795'N 083° 57.714'W
2022-11-14 Seasonal Buoy Program Great Lakes 2400(NAD83)

The seasonal decommissioning of Canadian Coast Guard navigational buoys is underway in the Great Lakes sector.

Mariners requiring additional information are requested to contact the appropriate MCTS Centre, Navigational Warning Issuing Desk, or visit the Canadian Coast Guard website at the following address: e-navigation.canada.ca

NW-C-1727-22
Areas affected by the message
44° 20.814'N 079° 19.724'W
2022-10-04 Obstruction Lake Simcoe, Trent-Severn Waterway - Georgina Island 2028(NAD83)

Acoustic Doppler current profiler temporarily established at 44 20.814N 079 19.724W, depth 10 metres, marked with a yellow buoy equipped with reflective tape and flashing light.

NW-C-1720-22
Areas affected by the message
44° 39.103'N 078° 48.191'W
2022-10-03 Obstruction - Metal post Trent-Severn Waterway - Coboconk 2025(NAD83)

Metal post reported at 44 39.103N 078 48.191W.

NW-C-1389-22
Areas affected by the message
44° 31.271'N 078° 29.859'W
2022-08-14 Obstruction - Rocks Trent-Severn Waterway - Bobcaygeon 2024(NAD83)

Rocks reported in the vicinity of 44 31.271N 078 29.859W, south of Big Island.

NW-C-0499-22
Areas affected by the message
44° 13.927'N 079° 28.325'W
2022-05-12 Aids to Navigation Lake Simcoe, Trent-Severn Waterway - Keswick 2028(NAD83)

Orange buoy temporarily established in 44 13.927N 079 28.326W to mark Keswick Water Pollution control plant effluant outfall manhole MH9B.

NW-C-0401-22
Areas affected by the message
44° 23.880'N 079° 34.272'W
2022-05-04 Obstruction Lake Simcoe, Trent-Severn Waterway - Kempenfelt Bay 2028(NAD83)

Subsurface scientific mooring temporarily established at 44 23.88N 079 34.27W, 3.5 metres below the surface.

NW-C-1553-21
Areas affected by the message
44° 39.261'N 078° 48.076'W
2021-09-03 Obstruction - Submerged sign Trent-Severn Waterway - Coboconk 2025(NAD83)

Speed restriction sign submerged in 44 39.261N 078 48.076W.

NW-C-1377-21
Areas affected by the message
2021-08-12 Waterway information - COVID-19 Canada

On 11 March 2020, the World Health Organization declared that the global outbreak of COVID-19 is a pandemic. To reduce the spread of COVID-19, where possible, practice physical distancing and proper hygiene, keep rooms well ventilated and disinfect surfaces on board.

Mariners are reminded of their responsibility to declare any on-board illness as outlined in Part 4, of the Canadian Coast Guard publication, Radio Aids to Marine Navigation.

The Canadian Coast Guard remains ready to provide assistance to mariners.

Visit www.Canada.ca for updates on COVID-19.

Visit www.TC.Canada.ca for COVID-19 updates related to Marine Transportation.

NW-C-0961-21
Areas affected by the message
44° 23.518'N 079° 39.112'W
2021-06-30 Obstruction - Dock Lake Simcoe, Trent-Severn Waterway - Barrie 2028(NAD83), 2028(NAD83)

Dock 3.6 metres by 60 centimetres submerged 60 centimetres at 44 23.52N 079 39.11W.

NW-C-0765-21
Areas affected by the message
44° 08.910'N 078° 13.428'W
2021-06-03 Aids to Navigation Trent-Severn Waterway - Rice Lake 2022(NAD83), 2022(NAD83)

Temporarily removed and replaced with a red spar buoy.

Aids: Otonabee River east entrance light LL 1347.5
NW-C-0745-21
Areas affected by the message
44° 21.722'N 078° 17.422'W
44° 21.727'N 078° 17.422'W
2021-06-02 Aids to Navigation Trent-Severn Waterway - Otonabee River 2023(NAD83), 2024(NAD83)

A red and a green buoy temporarily established to mark a shoal at 44 21.722N 078 17.422W and 44 21.727N 078 17.422W.

NW-C-0261-21
Areas affected by the message
46° 16.803'N 084° 12.211'W
Pt 1: 46° 30.958'N 084° 43.367'W
Pt 2: 45° 52.506'N 083° 53.599'W
Pt 3: 46° 00.653'N 083° 40.085'W
Pt 4: 46° 41.827'N 084° 30.513'W
Pt 5: 46° 39.258'N 084° 32.820'W
42° 45.945'N 082° 29.165'W
Pt 1: 43° 07.418'N 082° 27.576'W
Pt 2: 42° 30.520'N 082° 43.029'W
Pt 3: 42° 30.520'N 082° 23.376'W
Pt 4: 43° 04.290'N 082° 19.666'W
42° 10.252'N 083° 05.658'W
Pt 1: 42° 21.567'N 083° 06.545'W
Pt 2: 42° 02.186'N 083° 15.197'W
Pt 3: 41° 54.345'N 083° 06.751'W
Pt 4: 42° 03.074'N 083° 04.567'W
Pt 5: 42° 21.750'N 082° 54.083'W
2021-04-01 Waterway information Detroit River, Great Lakes, Lake Erie, Lake Huron, Lake St. Clair, North Channel, St. Clair River, St. Marys River, Whitefish Bay 14853(NAD83), 14853(NAD83), 14882(NAD83), 14883(NAD83), 14884(NAD83)

Updated survey information and shoaling conditions for the navigational channel is now available on the Canadian Coast Guard website (http://www.marinfo.gc.ca/en/publications/etatduchenal.php?sector=GL#10;-83.09784;42.17664).

For more information, contact Bailey Humphrey at bailey.humphrey@dfo-mpo.gc.ca

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ID Date Title Areas Charts Description
NW-C-1987-22 2022-11-14 Seasonal Buoy Program Great Lakes 2400(NAD83)

The seasonal decommissioning of Canadian Coast Guard navigational buoys is underway in the Great Lakes sector.

Mariners requiring additional information are requested to contact the appropriate MCTS Centre, Navigational Warning Issuing Desk, or visit the Canadian Coast Guard website at the following address: e-navigation.canada.ca

NW-C-1727-22 2022-10-04 Obstruction Lake Simcoe, Trent-Severn Waterway - Georgina Island 2028(NAD83)

Acoustic Doppler current profiler temporarily established at 44 20.814N 079 19.724W, depth 10 metres, marked with a yellow buoy equipped with reflective tape and flashing light.

NW-C-1720-22 2022-10-03 Obstruction - Metal post Trent-Severn Waterway - Coboconk 2025(NAD83)

Metal post reported at 44 39.103N 078 48.191W.

NW-C-1389-22 2022-08-14 Obstruction - Rocks Trent-Severn Waterway - Bobcaygeon 2024(NAD83)

Rocks reported in the vicinity of 44 31.271N 078 29.859W, south of Big Island.

NW-C-0499-22 2022-05-12 Aids to Navigation Lake Simcoe, Trent-Severn Waterway - Keswick 2028(NAD83)

Orange buoy temporarily established in 44 13.927N 079 28.326W to mark Keswick Water Pollution control plant effluant outfall manhole MH9B.

NW-C-0401-22 2022-05-04 Obstruction Lake Simcoe, Trent-Severn Waterway - Kempenfelt Bay 2028(NAD83)

Subsurface scientific mooring temporarily established at 44 23.88N 079 34.27W, 3.5 metres below the surface.

NW-C-1553-21 2021-09-03 Obstruction - Submerged sign Trent-Severn Waterway - Coboconk 2025(NAD83)

Speed restriction sign submerged in 44 39.261N 078 48.076W.

NW-C-1377-21 2021-08-12 Waterway information - COVID-19 Canada

On 11 March 2020, the World Health Organization declared that the global outbreak of COVID-19 is a pandemic. To reduce the spread of COVID-19, where possible, practice physical distancing and proper hygiene, keep rooms well ventilated and disinfect surfaces on board.

Mariners are reminded of their responsibility to declare any on-board illness as outlined in Part 4, of the Canadian Coast Guard publication, Radio Aids to Marine Navigation.

The Canadian Coast Guard remains ready to provide assistance to mariners.

Visit www.Canada.ca for updates on COVID-19.

Visit www.TC.Canada.ca for COVID-19 updates related to Marine Transportation.

NW-C-0961-21 2021-06-30 Obstruction - Dock Lake Simcoe, Trent-Severn Waterway - Barrie 2028(NAD83), 2028(NAD83)

Dock 3.6 metres by 60 centimetres submerged 60 centimetres at 44 23.52N 079 39.11W.

NW-C-0765-21 2021-06-03 Aids to Navigation Trent-Severn Waterway - Rice Lake 2022(NAD83), 2022(NAD83)

Temporarily removed and replaced with a red spar buoy.

Aids: Otonabee River east entrance light LL 1347.5
NW-C-0745-21 2021-06-02 Aids to Navigation Trent-Severn Waterway - Otonabee River 2023(NAD83), 2024(NAD83)

A red and a green buoy temporarily established to mark a shoal at 44 21.722N 078 17.422W and 44 21.727N 078 17.422W.

NW-C-0261-21 2021-04-01 Waterway information Detroit River, Great Lakes, Lake Erie, Lake Huron, Lake St. Clair, North Channel, St. Clair River, St. Marys River, Whitefish Bay 14853(NAD83), 14853(NAD83), 14882(NAD83), 14883(NAD83), 14884(NAD83)

Updated survey information and shoaling conditions for the navigational channel is now available on the Canadian Coast Guard website (http://www.marinfo.gc.ca/en/publications/etatduchenal.php?sector=GL#10;-83.09784;42.17664).

For more information, contact Bailey Humphrey at bailey.humphrey@dfo-mpo.gc.ca

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ID Date Charts Title
NW-C-1987-22 2022-11-14 2400(NAD83) Seasonal Buoy Program

The seasonal decommissioning of Canadian Coast Guard navigational buoys is underway in the Great Lakes sector.

Mariners requiring additional information are requested to contact the appropriate MCTS Centre, Navigational Warning Issuing Desk, or visit the Canadian Coast Guard website at the following address: e-navigation.canada.ca

NW-C-1727-22 2022-10-04 2028(NAD83) Obstruction

Acoustic Doppler current profiler temporarily established at 44 20.814N 079 19.724W, depth 10 metres, marked with a yellow buoy equipped with reflective tape and flashing light.

NW-C-1720-22 2022-10-03 2025(NAD83) Obstruction - Metal post

Metal post reported at 44 39.103N 078 48.191W.

NW-C-1389-22 2022-08-14 2024(NAD83) Obstruction - Rocks

Rocks reported in the vicinity of 44 31.271N 078 29.859W, south of Big Island.

NW-C-0499-22 2022-05-12 2028(NAD83) Aids to Navigation

Orange buoy temporarily established in 44 13.927N 079 28.326W to mark Keswick Water Pollution control plant effluant outfall manhole MH9B.

NW-C-0401-22 2022-05-04 2028(NAD83) Obstruction

Subsurface scientific mooring temporarily established at 44 23.88N 079 34.27W, 3.5 metres below the surface.

NW-C-1553-21 2021-09-03 2025(NAD83) Obstruction - Submerged sign

Speed restriction sign submerged in 44 39.261N 078 48.076W.

NW-C-1377-21 2021-08-12 Waterway information - COVID-19

On 11 March 2020, the World Health Organization declared that the global outbreak of COVID-19 is a pandemic. To reduce the spread of COVID-19, where possible, practice physical distancing and proper hygiene, keep rooms well ventilated and disinfect surfaces on board.

Mariners are reminded of their responsibility to declare any on-board illness as outlined in Part 4, of the Canadian Coast Guard publication, Radio Aids to Marine Navigation.

The Canadian Coast Guard remains ready to provide assistance to mariners.

Visit www.Canada.ca for updates on COVID-19.

Visit www.TC.Canada.ca for COVID-19 updates related to Marine Transportation.

NW-C-0961-21 2021-06-30 2028(NAD83), 2028(NAD83) Obstruction - Dock

Dock 3.6 metres by 60 centimetres submerged 60 centimetres at 44 23.52N 079 39.11W.

NW-C-0765-21 2021-06-03 2022(NAD83), 2022(NAD83) Aids to Navigation

Temporarily removed and replaced with a red spar buoy.

Aids: Otonabee River east entrance light LL 1347.5
NW-C-0745-21 2021-06-02 2023(NAD83), 2024(NAD83) Aids to Navigation

A red and a green buoy temporarily established to mark a shoal at 44 21.722N 078 17.422W and 44 21.727N 078 17.422W.

NW-C-0261-21 2021-04-01 14853(NAD83), 14853(NAD83), 14882(NAD83), 14883(NAD83), 14884(NAD83) Waterway information

Updated survey information and shoaling conditions for the navigational channel is now available on the Canadian Coast Guard website (http://www.marinfo.gc.ca/en/publications/etatduchenal.php?sector=GL#10;-83.09784;42.17664).

For more information, contact Bailey Humphrey at bailey.humphrey@dfo-mpo.gc.ca

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