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Eastern Notices to Mariners

Government of Canada / Gouvernement du Canada

Fisheries and Oceans
Canada
Pêches et Océans
Canada
VOL. 32, MONTHLY EDITION NO 08
AUGUST 31, 2007

Publication Number 40063779




NOTICES TO MARINERS

PUBLICATION



EASTERN EDITION


Published monthly by the

CANADIAN COAST GUARD



CONTENTS
   
Page
Section 1
Safety and General Information 1 - 7
Section 2
Chart Corrections 8 -22
Section 3
Corrections to Radio Aids to Marine Navigation 23
Section 4
Sailing Directions and Small Craft Guide Corrections 24
Section 5
List of Lights, Buoys and Fog signals Corrections 25


Government of Canada / Gouvernement du Canada


Maritime Services Directorate
Aids to Navigation

Internet: www.notmar.gc.ca

 

 

 



EXPLANATORY NOTES

Geographical positions refer directly to the graduations of the largest scale Canadian Hydrographic chart unless otherwise indicated.

Bearingsrefer to the true compass and are measured clockwise from 000° (North) clockwise to 359°; those relating to lights are from seaward.

Visibility of lights is that in clear weather.

Depths - The units used for soundings (metres, fathoms or feet) are stated in the title of each chart.

Elevationsare normally given above Higher High Water, Large Tides unless otherwise indicated.

Distances may be calculated as follows:

1 nautical mile = 1 852 metres (6,076.1 feet)

1 statute mile = 1 609.3 metres (5,280 feet)

1 metre = 3.28 feet

Temporary & Preliminary Notices are indicated by a (T) or a (P) before the chart action. Please note that Nautical charts are not hand amended by the Canadian Hydrographic Service for Temporary (T) and Preliminary (P) Notices. It is recommended that mariners chart these corrections in pencil. Listing of charts affected by Temporary and Preliminary Notices are revised and promulgated quarterly in Section 1 of the Monthly Edition.

Please note that, in addition to the temporary and preliminary changes normally advertised as (T) and (P) Notices, there are a significant number of permanent changes to navigational aids that have been advertised as Preliminary Notices to Mariners while charts are being updated for new editions.

Marine Information Report & Suggestion Sheet- Mariners are requested to notify the responsible authorities when new or suspected dangers to navigation are discovered, changes observed in aids to navigation or corrections to publications are seen to be necessary. Such communications can be made using the Marine Information Report & Suggestion Sheet    inserted on the last pageof each monthly edition of Notices to Mariners.  

Monthly edition of Notices to Mariners - Notices to Mariners    are issued free of charge on a monthly basis. Mariners now have a choice between specific Regional   issue(s) they wish to receive. Requests to be placed on or removed from the mailing list should be made by using the form inserted on page vi   of each monthly edition. Notification of changes to the mailing addresses, regional issues and/or number of copies required should also be transmitted by means of this form.

Canadian Nautical Charts & Publications - A source list of Canadian Nautical Charts & publications   is published in Notice No. 14   of the current Annual Edition of Notices to Mariners.   The source supply and the prices effective at the time of printing are listed. This list is periodically updated in the monthly edition of Notices to Mariners.  

NOTE: Cette publication est aussi disponible en français.  


CHART CORRECTIONS - SECTION 2



Corrections to nautical charts will be listed in numeric order by chart number. Each chart correction listed applies only to that particular chart. Related charts, if any, will have their own specific correction listed separately. Users should also refer to CHS Chart 1 Symbols, Abbreviations Terms for additional information pertaining to the correction of charts. The illustration below describes the elements that will comprise a typical Section 2 chart correction.




elements of section 2





ADVISORY



NOTICES TO SHIPPING (WRITTEN AND BROADCAST)



The Canadian Coast Guard is implementing a number of changes to the aids to navigation system in Canada.


These changes are advertised as Notices to Shipping (Broadcast and Written) by the Canadian Coast Guard and are followed up with Notices to Mariners, then charts are updated by hand correction, reprints or new editions.


Mariners are advised that all relevant Written Notices to Shipping should be kept until superseded by Notices to Mariners or through revised charts issued by the Canadian Hydrographic Service.


Written Notices to Shipping are published weekly and are available from local Canadian Coast Guard Offices.


The Canadian Hydrographic Service is reviewing the impact of these changes with the Canadian Coast Guard and together we are preparing an action plan on the issuing of chart revisions.


For further information contact your local Canadian Coast Guard office.





regions


*Services provided in English and French




DGPS FULLY OPERATIONAL SERVICE


The Canadian Coast Guard (CCG) announces that the Differential Global Positioning Service (DGPS) Fully Operational Service (FOS) is available for positioning and navigation.


FOS means the service will provide a DGPS broadcast using the type 9 RTCM message for pseudorange corrections at a data transmission rate of 200 baud. Refer to Radio Aids to Marine Navigation (RAMN) for estimated advertised coverage for each differential station.


Users are also advised that differential corrections are based on the NAD 83 datum position of the reference station antenna and positions obtained using DGPS should be referenced to this coordinate system only. DGPS receivers must be set to the WGS 84 datum in order to obtain optimum positioning accuracy.




Table of DGPS Reference Stations in Canada
Station Name
Id. Nos
of
reference
stations
DGPS
Station
ID
Geog. Position
Frequency
[kHz]
Bit/s







Latitude Longitude



Cape Race, NL


338,339


940


46 46 N


53 11 W


315


200


Cape Ray, NL


340,341


942


47 38 N


59 14 W


288


200


Cape Norman, NL


342,343


944


51 30 N


55 49 W


310


200


Rigolet, NL


344,345


946


54 11 N


58 27 W


299


200


Partridge Island, NB


326,327


939


45 14 N


66 03 W


295


200


Pt. Escuminac, NB


332,333


936


47 04 N


64 48 W


319


200


Fox Island, NS


336,337


934


45 20 N


61 05 W


307


200


Western Head, NS


334,335


935


43 59 N


64 40 W


312


200


Hartlen Point, NS


330,331


937


44 36 N


63 27 W


298


200


St.-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC


312,313


929


45 19 N


73 19 W


296


200


Lauzon, QC


316,317


927


46 49 N


71 10 W


309


200


Rivière-du-Loup, QC


318,319


926


47 46 N


69 36 W


300


200


Moisie, QC


320,321


925


50 12 N


66 07 W


313


200


Wiarton, ON


310,311


918


44 45 N


81 07 W


286


200


Cardinal, ON


308,309


919


44 47 N


75 25 W


306


200


Alert Bay, BC


300,301


909


50 35 N


126 55 W


309


200


Amphitrite Pt., BC


302,303


908


48 55 N


125 33 W


315


200


Richmond, BC


304,305


907


49 11 N


123 07 W


320


200


Sandspit, BC


306,307


906


53 14 N


131 49 W


300


200



DGPS RECEIVER - WARNING



The Canadian Coast Guard's Differential Global Positioning System (DGPS) broadcast contains built in health information designed to alert a DGPS user receiver of an out of tolerance or fault condition. During testing, it was found that some user DGPS receivers did not process the health information properly. Improper processing by a user equipment can result in incorrect positions.


Please contact your DGPS manufacturer or supplier to ensure that your receiver is capable of processing the DGPS Reference Station Health information correctly.
DGPS USER ALERT


The Canadian Coast Guard received reports in March 97 of DGPS receivers apparently ignoring the broadcast alarm which should signal the immediate discontinuation of a particular satellite correction. Reports indicate that some user equipment does not properly recognize this "do-not-use" correction flag and as a result erroneously processes it as a correction. This can result in position errors as large as 15 kilometers while the receiver is in DGPS mode. DGPS users are advised that they should contact the manufacturer of their equipment immediately to determine if they require a receiver upgrade.


DGPS station anomaly report / Rapport d'anomalie des stations DGPS


With the purpose of constantly evaluating the quality of the DGPS service offered, the Canadian Coast Guard is providing the mariner with the following anomaly report. This report will allow us to get well-supported information concerning the anomaly and thus, will facilitate the identification of the origin of the problem. Please fill accordingly each section of this report and forward it by the suggested ways. You will find a legend at the end of this document.


Avec le souci d'évaluer constamment la qualité du service DGPS offert, la Garde côtière met à la disposition du navigateur le présent rapport d'anomalie. Ce rapport servira à bien documenter l'anomalie et, de ce fait, facilitera l'identification ou la recherche de la source du problème. Nous vous prions de bien remplir chaque section de ce rapport et de l'acheminer de la façon suggérée. Vous trouverez une légende à la fin de ce document.

DGPS station anomaly report 1


DGPS station anomaly report 2
DGPS station anomaly report 3

DGPS station anomaly report 4



MONTHLY EDITION OF NOTICES TO MARINERS

 


MAILING LIST CHANGES


Leader, Notices to Mariners
Navigation Aids
Navigation Systems
Canadian Coast Guard
200 Kent Street, Station 5N186
Ottawa, ON
K1A 0E6


Telephone (613) 990-303
Facsimile (613) 998-8428

Internet www.notmar.gc.ca


Please indicate which edition you would like to receive.



EASTERN EDITION (Comprised of Arctic, Newfoundland, Maritimes, Gulf & River St. Lawrence and Central areas) ________



WESTERN EDITION (Comprised of Arctic and Pacific areas)________

 



ADD _____ AMEND ______ REMOVE ______ NO. OF COPIES ___________


mailing list changes form


INDEX

CANADIAN COST GUARD - MARINE COMMUNICATION AND TRAFFIC SERVICES (MCTS).

2

CANADIAN COAST GUARD PUBLICATION - AMENDMENT TO THE RADIO AIDS TO MARINE NAVIGATION (ATLANTIC, ST-LAWRENCE, GREAT LAKES, LAKE WINNIPEG AND EASTERN ARCTIC) PUBLICATION 2007.

23

CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE CHART PATCHES.

1

CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING The north atlantic right whale information.

2

CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - ARCTIC CHARTS.

2

CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - CUMULATIVE CHART CORRECTIONS.

1

CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - Current chart edition dates.

1

CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - PRINT ON DEMAND CHARTS - CARE AND USE

1

*802 CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - ELECTRONIC NAVIGATION CHARTS.

3

*801 CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - NAUTICAL CHARTS

2

*804 CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - Non Equivalent Electronic Navigation Charts.

3

*803 CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - RASTER NAVIGATION CHARTS

3

*808(P) CASCUMPEQUE Bay - ALBERTON - Light TO BE DISCONTINUED.

6

*809(P) CASCUMPEQUE BAY - ALBERTON - RANGE LIGHTS TO BE DISCONTINUED.

6

*806 Health Canada Public Health Agency of Canada - INFORMATION BULLETIN - No. 2007-01 -AUGUST 20, 2007 - CANADA'S QUARANTINE SERVICE TO CONVEYANCE operators using Canadian points of entry

4

*807(P) ÎLEs-DE-LA-MADELEINE - ÉTANG DU NORD - sector Light TO BE DISCONTINUED.

6

*810(P) Île St-Régis to/à Croil Islands - Buoys to be discontinued.

6

*811(P) PORT SEVERN TO/ CHRISTIAN ISLAND - REAR RANGE LIGHTS TO BE DISCONTINUED.

7




NUMERICAL INDEX OF CANADIAN CHARTS AFFECTED

Chart No.

Page

Chart No.

Page

Chart No.

Page

1310

8

4015

14

6216

18,19

1311

8

4022

14

6240

20

1313

8

4023

14

6248

20

1314

8

4117

14

6249

20

1315

8

L/C4118

14

6251

20

1317

8

4234

15

6268

20

1409

8

4266

15,16

6416

20

1410

9

4275

16

7621

21

1431

9

4278

16

7665

21

1432

9,10

4279

16

7687

21,22

1432

10

4308

16

   

1434

10

4335

16

   

1435

10,11

4340

16

   

2006

11

4363

17

   

2018

11

4448

17

   

2021

11

4462

17

   

2023

11

4470

17

   

2064

11

4473

17

   

2069

11,12

4491

17

   

2202

12

4653

17

   

2222

12,13

4654

18

   

2241

13

4679

18

   

2257

13

4825

18

   

2268

13,14

L/C4841

18

   

4011

14

L/C4850

18

   

4012

14

6026

18


 

4013

14




 





SECTION 1 – Edition 08/2007
SAFETY AND GENERAL INFORMATION


CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE CHART PATCHES.

CHS is introducing a new initiative with a full colour Patch on the Web. A link in the Notices to Mariners web site will be provided so clients can access the colour Patch. The colour Patch will be published in HTML and PDF format. Providing the Patches in colour (accessible to all via remote access to the Web) is an enhanced form of alternative service delivery in line with CHS strategic objectives.

Colour Web Patches are free to the mariner, and given the quality of many printers, should reproduce well. They will be available in real time all around the world which is an improvement since clients had to wait for the paper copy to be mailed.

Previously, in the Notices to Mariners (NTM) booklet, Patches were produced in full colour or a minimum of black and magenta.

Due to current budgetary constraints, Patches will now only be produced in black and white for publication in the NTM booklet.

Our level of service will change with this initiative and CHS intends to analyze market reaction to this innovation.

CHS welcomes your feedback on this new service at chsinfo@dfo-mpo.gc.ca

CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - CUMULATIVE CHART CORRECTIONS.

The cumulative Notice to Mariners corrections for charts can now be accessed at http://www.notmar.gc.ca/search/notmar-eng.php

CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - CURRENT CHART EDITION DATES.


CHART EDITIONS


The three terms described below are used to indicate the publication status of Canadian charts.


NEW CHART - "NEWCHT"


The first publication of a Canadian chart embracing an area not previously charted to the scale shown, or embracing an area different from any existing Canadian chart.


NEW EDITION - "NEWEDT"


A new issue of an existing chart containing amendments essential to navigation in addition to those issued in Notice to Mariners and making existing editions obsolete.


REPRINTS


A new issue of the current edition of a chart incorporating no amendments of navigational significance other than those previously promulgated in Notice to Mariners. It may also contain amendments from other sources provided they are not essential to navigation. Previous printings of the current edition remain in force.


The current chart edition dates can now be accessed at http://www.chs-shc.gc.ca/pub/en/products/core.cfm

CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - PRINT ON DEMAND CHARTS - CARE AND USE.


Background

By providing nautical charts to the public, the goal of the Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) is to provide services for safe navigation in a fiscally responsible manner. As a result, CHS continues to expand its portfolio of nautical paper charts that are printed using Print On Demand (POD) technology. These charts are easily recognized by their whiter paper and the coloured logo of the Canadian Hydrographic Service. This new technology enables CHS to print charts in a more efficient manner while enhancing chart content through being able to quickly add new and important information. POD technology provides customers with up-to-date charts without the historical hand-drawn corrections or glued-on patches. Additionally, this technology eliminates out-of-stock situations which arise with the traditional printing and warehousing methods. In the event of a national emergency, CHS can respond to the appropriate authorities with best available information very quickly.

Care of Your POD Chart

CHS encourages its customers to handle the POD charts more carefully than the traditional lithographic charts. When plotting information on POD charts, use HB pencils and apply limited pressure. Testing has suggested that an Indian gum eraser is more effective than alternatives when used on the product. This eraser is also suitable for charts printed using lithographic processes.


CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - ARCTIC CHARTS.

Please be advised that effective February 2007 all Arctic notices will appear in both the Eastern and Western paper editions of Notices to Mariners.

Mariners may obtain all Arctic chart notices via the Canadian Coast Guard Notices to Mariners online service www.notmar.gc.ca or by contacting the Canadian Coast Guard, Notices to Mariners office at the following coordinates:

Leader, Notices to Mariners
Aids to Navigation
Navigation Systems
Canadian Coast Guard
200 Kent Street, Station 5N186
Ottawa, ON
K1A 0E6

Telephone (613) 993-6974
Facsimile (613) 998-8428

CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING THE NORTH ATLANTIC RIGHT WHALE INFORMATION.

The North Atlantic Right Whale information will no longer be displayed on the back of subsequent printings of charts 4011 and 4012. To obtain this information refer to "Canadian Right Whale Conservation Areas" located in the appendices of Sailing Directions-Gulf of Maine and Bay of Fundy, ATL 106.

CANADIAN COST GUARD - MARINE COMMUNICATION AND TRAFFIC SERVICES (MCTS).

Marine Communications and Traffic Services will no longer provide the radiotelegram service subject to full international charges after December 31st, 2007. However, messages addressed to "Quarantine" and messages requesting a doctor to meet a ship on arrival will now be handled without charge. MCTS will continue to provide a Marine Telephone Call Service subject to full international charges in selected areas, based upon demand and the availability of alternate service delivery methods.

*801 CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - NAUTICAL CHARTS.


CHARTS


MAIN TITLE


SCALE


PUBLISHED


CAT#


PRICE


New Edition


All temporary and preliminary notices affecting the previous versions of the following chart(s) (is / are) now cancelled. For any outstanding notices please consult section 2 of this edition.


4667


Savage Cove to/à St. Barbe Bay


1:25000


30-MAR-2007


1


$20.00


*802 CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - ELECTRONIC NAVIGATION CHARTS.


RELEASED PRODUCTS





S-57 ENC NUMBER


CHART TITLE


CA573327


Erieau - Entrance to Rondeau Bay


CA373346


Melville Sound


CA573347


Cape Croker


CA573348


Roberts Bay


CA373349


Bathurst Inlet - Northern Portion/Partie nord


CA473350


Baychimo


CA373351


Bathurst Inlet - Central Portion/Partie Centrale


CA273357


Demarcation Bay to/à Liverpool Bay


CA573359


Deception Bay


CA573312


Wheatley Harbour


CA479017


Donnacona à/to Batiscan


CA479025


Sault-au Cochon à/to Quebec


*803CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - RASTER NAVIGATION CHARTS.


CHARTS


MAIN TITLE














New Chart


All temporary and preliminary notices affecting the previous versions of the following chart(s) (is / are) now cancelled. For any outstanding notices please consult section 2 of this edition.


R/M7220


Lancaster Sound, Eastern Approaches/ Approches Est





02-NOV-1979





See Note 2


R/M7568


Lancaster Sound and/et Admiralty Inlet





05-JUL-1985





See Note 2


R/M7569


Barrow Strait and/et Wellington Channel





05-JUL-1985





See Note 2


R/M7571


Viscount Melville Sound





11-APR-1986





See Note 2


R/M7572


Viscount Melville Sound and/et M'clure Strait





02-MAY-1986





See Note 2


R/M7600


Beaufort Sea/ Mer de Beaufort





26-JUL-1985





See Note 2


R/M7620


Demarcation Bay to/à Liverpool Bay





02-MAY-1997





See Note 2


R/M7621


Amundsen Gulf





02-MAY-1997





See Note 2


R/M7661


Demarcation Bay To/ A Philips Bay





14-MAR-1986





See Note 2


R/M7662


Mackenzie Bay





14-NOV-2003





See Note 2


R/M7663


Kugmallit Bay





25-APR-1997





See Note 2


New Edition


All temporary and preliminary notices affecting the previous versions of the following chart(s) (is / are) now cancelled. For any outstanding notices please consult section 2 of this edition.


R/M7121


Cape Mills to/à Cape Rammelsberg





16-MAY-2003





See Note 2


R/M7122


Culbertson Island to/à Koojesse Inlet





08-JUL-2005





See Note 2


R/M7127


Koojesse Inlet and Approaches/et les Approches





15-AUG-2003





See Note 2


*804 CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - NON EQUIVALENT ELECTRONIC NAVIGATION CHARTS.


Note:


The following ENC products are not equivalent to the current editions of their corresponding paper charts and should not be used as a replacement.


NON EQUIVALENT PRODUCTS


S-57 ENC NUMBER


PAPER CHART NUMBER


CHART TITLE


CA176290


5001


Labrador Sea/Mer du Labrador


CA276286


4023


Northhumberland Strait / Détroit de Northumberland


CA276477


8013


Flemish Cap/Bonnet Flamand


CA373067


2304


Oiseau Bay to/à Jackfish Bay


CA376014


4242


Cape Sable Island to/aux Tusket Islands


CA376045


4240


Liverpool Harbour to/à Lockeport Harbour


CA376047


4241


Lockeport to/à Cape Sable


CA376093


4367


Flint Island to/à Cape Smoky


CA376094


4020


Strait of Belle Isle/Détroit de Belle Isle


CA376212


5143


Lake Melville


CA476179


4466


Hillsborough Bay


CA476202


4211


Cape Lahave to/à Liverpool Bay


CA476327


4596


Bay of Exploits Sheet/feuille II (Middle/centre)


CA476328


4597


Bay of Exploits Sheet/feuille III (South/sud)


CA576226


4587


Fishery Products International Wharves / Quais


*806 HEALTH CANADA PUBLIC HEALTH AGENCY OF CANADA - INFORMATION BULLETIN - NO. 2007-01 -AUGUST 20, 2007 - CANADA'S QUARANTINE SERVICE - TO: CONVEYANCE OPERATORS USING CANADIAN POINTS OF ENTRY.

CALL 1-800-545-7661 TO REPORT AN ILLNESS ON BOARD

Requirements for Advance Reporting under the new Quarantine Act

Background

Canada's new Quarantine Act [ SC 2005, c.20. Proclaimed in force, December 12, 2006.] came into force on December 12, 2006. The new Act replaces the previous Quarantine Act. [ R.S. 1985, c.Q-1.] The purpose of the new Act is to protect public health by taking comprehensive measures to prevent the introduction and spread of communicable diseases.

Section 34: Requirements for Conveyance Operators

Bill C-42, which amended the Quarantine Act by creating a new section 34, came into force on June 22, 20073 . This new section requires the operator of a conveyance used in the business of carrying persons or cargo, as soon as possible before the conveyance arrives at its destination in Canada, to inform a quarantine officer or cause a quarantine officer to be informed of any reasonable grounds to suspect that:

(a) any person, cargo or other thing on board the conveyance could cause the spreading of a communicable disease listed in the schedule;

(b) a person on board the conveyance has died; or

(c) any prescribed circumstances exist.
ledger
If it is not reasonably possible for a conveyance operator to inform a quarantine officer prior to arrival, notification must occur on the conveyance's arrival at its destination in Canada. In the case of conveyances arriving by land, "destination" is interpreted to mean a border crossing.

Once a quarantine officer is informed, border authorities will be alerted and preparations made to assess any travellers who may be a risk to public health. In the case of conveyances, cargo or other thing on board which may be contaminated or infested with vectors, the quarantine officer will inform an environmental health officer who may apply public health measures.

Attached to this bulletin is a Fact Sheet with Questions and Answers that will assist conveyance operators to comply with this legal obligation.

Please ensure that all relevant parties have ready access to this information. Please emphasize to them the importance of their role in preventing communicable diseases from crossing our borders.

Further Information

Electronic copies of the new Quarantine Act (prior to its amendment by Bill C-42) can be accessed through the following website:

http://www.parl.gc.ca/LEGISINFO/index.asp?Language=E&query=4219&Session=13&List=toc

If you have any questions, please contact your nearest quarantine station


Dr. Howard Njoo

Acting Director General

Centre for Emergency Preparedness and Response

Public Health Agency of Canada


Stephane Hardy

Director General

Workplace Health and Safety Programme

Healthy Environments and Consumer Safety Branch

Health Canada


Canada's Quarantine Service is operated collaboratively by the Quarantine Program of the Public Health Agency of Canada and the Travelling Public Program of Health Canada, supported by the Canada Border Services Agency. Quarantine Officers, Environmental Health Officers and Border Services Officers work together at Canada's international border to help prevent the introduction and spread of communicable disease.



Canada's Quarantine Stations

Vancouver Quarantine Station (responsible for all points of entry in British Columbia and the Yukon)

Office (604) 666-2499

Fax (604) 666-4947

24-hour (604) 317-1720

Toronto Quarantine Station (responsible for all points of entry in Ontario, west of Kingston, and Nunavut)

Office (905) 612-5397

Fax (905) 612-7987

24-hour (416) 315-5039

Montreal Quarantine Station (responsible for all points of entry in Quebec)

Office 514-633-3024 / 514-633-3015

Fax (514) 633-3031

24-hour (514) 229-2561

Calgary Quarantine Station (responsible for all points of entry in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and the North

West Territories)

Office (403) 221-3068

Fax (403) 250-9271

24-hour (403) 221-3067

Ottawa Quarantine Station (responsible for all points of entry in Eastern Ontario)

Office (613) 949-2050

Fax (613) 949-1566

24-hour (613) 949-1565

Halifax Quarantine Station (responsible for all points of entry in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador)

Office (902) 873-7656

Fax (902) 873-7657

24-hour (902) 873-7659

*807(P) ÎLES-DE-LA-MADELEINE - ÉTANG DU NORD - SECTOR LIGHT TO BE DISCONTINUED.


Reference chart: 4950

The Canadian Coast Guard intends to permanently discontinue the following aid to navigation:

Étang du Nord, Sector light LL 1491.12 ( 47° 22' 12.3" N 61° 57' 32.1" W )

Comments on this action are solicited from mariners and other interested parties. Comments should be directed to Daniel Crépault, A/Superintendent, Aids to Navigation, Canadian Coast Guard, 101. Champlain Blvd, Québec, QC, G1K 7Y7, 418-648-7450, E-mail: crepaultd@dfo-mpo.gc.ca, within three months from the date of this notice. Any objections raised must state the facts on which they are based and should include supporting information on safety, commerce and public benefit.

(Q2007-072)


*808(P) CASCUMPEQUE BAY - ALBERTON - LIGHT TO BE DISCONTINUED.


Reference chart: 4492

The Canadian Coast Guard intends to permanently discontinue the following aid to navigation:

Alberton Locator light LL 1078 (46° 48' 20.6" N 64° 01' 54.5" W approx.)

Comments on this action are solicited from mariners and other interested parties. Comments should be directed to Glen Graham, A/Superintendent, Aids to Navigation, Canadian Coast Guard, P.O. Box 1000, Dartmouth, NS,

B2Y 3Z8, E-mail: GrahamG@mar.dfo-mpo.gc.ca , within three months from the date of this notice. Any objections raised must state the facts on which they are based and should include supporting information on safety, commerce and public benefit.

(G2007-131)


*809(P) CASCUMPEQUE BAY - ALBERTON - RANGE LIGHTS TO BE DISCONTINUED.


Reference chart: 4492

The Canadian Coast Guard intends to permanently discontinue the following aids to navigation:

Alberton Range lights LL 1079, 1080 (46° 48' 15.6" N 64° 03' 16.1" W approx.)

Comments on this action are solicited from mariners and other interested parties. Comments should be directed to Glen Graham, A/Superintendent, Aids to Navigation, Canadian Coast Guard, P.O. Box 1000, Dartmouth, NS.,

B2Y 3Z8, E-mail: GrahamG@mar.dfo-mpo.gc.ca , within three months from the date of this notice. Any objections raised must state the facts on which they are based and should include supporting information on safety, commerce and public benefit.

(G2007-121, 122)


*810(P) ÎLE ST-RÉGIS TO/À CROIL ISLANDS - BUOYS TO BE DISCONTINUED.


Reference chart: 1433

The Canadian Coast Guard intends to permanently discontinue the following aids to navigation:

Light buoy DC6 LL 160.5 (45° 01' 10.1" N 74° 41' 16.7" W )

Light buoy DC7 LL 161 ( 45° 01' 0.8" N 74° 41' 27.5" W )

Light buoy DC10 LL 162 ( 45° 00' 56.9" N 74° 41' 54.6" W )

Light buoy DC11 LL 162.5 ( 45° 00' 48.7" N 74° 42' 16.7" W )

Light buoy DC12 LL 163 ( 45° 00' 53.2" N 74° 42' 16.7" W )

Comments on this action are solicited from mariners and other interested parties. Comments should be directed to Mr. Ted Cater, Supervisor, Aids to Navigation, Canadian Coast Guard, P.O. Box 1000, 401 King Street West, Prescott, ON KOE 1T0, Phone: (613) 925-2865, EXT. 119, FAX: (613) 925-5540, E-mail: CATERT@DFO-MPO.GC.CA, within three months from the date of this notice. Any objections raised must state the facts on which they are based and should include supporting information on safety, commerce and public benefit.

(B2007-038)


*811(P) PORT SEVERN TO/À CHRISTIAN ISLAND - REAR RANGE LIGHTS TO BE DISCONTINUED.


Reference chart: 2241

The Canadian Coast Guard intends to permanently discontinue the following aid to navigation:

Brébeuf Rear range light LL 865 (44° 52' 38.8" N 79° 52' 29.1" W )

Comments on this action are solicited from mariners and other interested parties. Comments should be directed to Randy Childerhose, Supervisor, Marine Aids Program, Canadian Coast Guard, 28 Waubeek St., Parry Sound, Ontario P2A 1B9, Telephone (705) 746-2196, Facsimile (705) 746-4820, E-mail ChilderhoseR@DFO-MPO.gc.ca , within three months from the date of this notice. Any objections raised must state the facts on which they are based and should include supporting information on safety, commerce and public benefit.

(D2007-012)




SECTION 2 – Edition 08/2007
CHART CORRECTIONS


1310 - Section A-B - New Edition - 26-NOV-2004 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 06-JUL-2007

Amend

legend 2F G 12m 14M to read F G 12m 14M against light

45°41'12.8"N 073°26'32.9"W


(Q2007071) LL(2344) DFO(6407501-02)




1311 - Sorel à/to Varennes - New Edition - 10-JUN-2005 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 25-MAY-2007

Delete

legend F G 12m 6M against light

45°41'12.8"N 073°26'32.9"W


(Q2007071) LL(2344) DFO(6407501-01)




24-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 10-AUG-2007

Delete

calling-in point
(See Chart No. 1, M40)

45°59'47.7"N 073°10'48.6"W


DFO(6407502-01)




Add

calling-in point number 22 with arrowheads pointing 75° and 255°
(See Chart No. 1, M40)

46°00'56.1"N 073°10'08.4"W


DFO(6407502-02)




1313 - Batiscan au/to Lac Saint-Pierre - New Edition - 02-FEB-2007 - NAD 1983

24-AUG-2007



Replace

red spar buoy, marked BAT-B with yellow anchorage spar buoy, marked BAT-B
(See Chart No. 1 Ql)

46°29'46.7"N 072°14'20.5"W


DFO(6407518-01)




1314 - Donnacona à/to Batiscan - New Edition - 29-SEP-2000 - NAD 1983

17-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 22-DEC-2006

Amend

legend 2F G 37m to read F G 38m 17M against light

46°33'44.6"N 072°00'49.0"W


(Q2007069) LL(2015) DFO(6407499-01)




Amend

legend 2F G 39m 18/6M to read F G 39m 17M against light

46°33'22.0"N 072°05'10.9"W


(Q2007070) LL(2019) DFO(6407500-01)




1315 - Québec à/to Donnacona - New Edition - 21-JUN-2002 - NAD 1983

31-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 29-JUN-2007

Delete

depth of 11 metres
(See Chart No. 1 I10)

46°39'02.0"N 071°38'54.1"W


DFO(6407519-02)




Add

depth of 10 metres 7 decimetres
(See Chart No. 1 I10)

46°39'01.1"N 071°38'53.7"W


DFO(6407519-01)




1317 - Sault-au-Cochon à/to Québec - New Edition - 17-AUG-2001 - NAD 1983

24-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 27-JUL-2007

Delete

depth of 11metres 7 decimetres

47°08'40.2"N 070°40'38.6"W


DFO(6407505-01)




Add

depth of 9 metres 5 decimetres

47°08'38.9"N 070°40'39.7"W


DFO(6407505-02)




1409 - Canal de la Rive Sud - New Edition - 12-APR-2002 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 04-NOV-2005

Replace

red starboard hand spar buoy, marked A2 with red starboard hand lighted spar buoy Q R, marked A2

45°24'27.7"N 073°43'24.2"W


(Q2007064T) LL(5.3) DFO(6407495-01)

1410 - Lac Saint-Louis - New Edition - 26-APR-2002 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 13-APR-2007

Replace

green port hand lighted pillar buoy Fl G, marked A25 with green port hand lighted spar buoy Fl G, marked A25

45°23'10.7"N 073°48'10.6"W


(Q2007060T) LL(19) DFO(6407491-01)




Replace

red starboard hand lighted pillar buoy Fl R, marked A24 with red starboard hand lighted spar buoy Fl R, marked A24

45°23'15.9"N 073°48'15.2"W


(Q2007061T) LL(19.5) DFO(6407492-01)




Replace

red starboard hand lighted pillar buoy Fl R, marked A22 with red starboard hand lighted spar buoy Fl R, marked A20

45°23'54.1"N 073°47'23.2"W


(Q2007062T) LL(18) DFO(6407493-01)




Replace

red starboard hand spar buoy, marked A2 with red starboard hand lighted spar buoy Q R, marked A2

45°24'27.7"N 073°43'24.2"W


(Q2007064T) LL(5.3) DFO(6407495-01)




Replace

green port hand lighted pillar buoy Fl G, marked A7 with green port hand lighted spar buoy Fl G, marked A7

45°24'15.2"N 073°44'30.4"W


(Q2007065T) LL(9) DFO(6407496-01)




Replace

green port hand spar buoy, marked A29 with green port hand lighted spar buoy Fl G, marked A29

45°22'39.0"N 073°48'53.8"W


(Q2007066T) LL(21.1) DFO(6407497-01)




Add

red starboard hand lighted spar buoy Fl R, marked A22

45°23'35.1"N 073°47'48.6"W


(Q2007063T) LL(18.3) DFO(6407494-01)




31-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 10-AUG-2007

Add

private front range light F G 18ft
(See Chart No. 1, P20.2)

45°25'39.8"N 073°49'15.0"W


(Q2007085) LL(1213) DFO(6407516-01)




Add

private rear range light FG 26 ft, with leading line on a bearing of 131° and a reciprocal 311°
(See Chart No. 1, P20.2)

311°, 34m from the front range light


(Q2007086) LL(1214) DFO(6407517-01)




1431 - Canal de Beauharnois - New Chart - 17-JAN-2003 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 01-JUL-2005

Delete

legend Public against wharf

45°15'22.0"N 074°12'46.0"W


DFO(6602985-01)




Delete

ramp

45°15'13.0"N 074°12'43.0"W


DFO(6602985-02)




Delete

tower with elevation of 16m

45°15'12.0"N 074°12'39.0"W


DFO(6602985-03)




1432 - Lac Saint-François/Lake St. Francis B-C - New Chart - 09-JUL-1999 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 20-JUL-2007

Delete

private light F R
(See Chart No.1, P1)

45°03'07.1"N 074°34'21.1"W


(B2007036) LL(147.5) DFO(6602990-01)




1432 - Lac Saint-François/Lake St. Francis A-B - New Chart - 09-JUL-1999 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 20-JUL-2007

Delete

legend Public against wharf

45°15'22.0"N 074°12'46.0"W


DFO(6602985-01)




Delete

ramp

45°15'13.0"N 074°12'43.0"W


DFO(6602985-02)




Delete

tower with elevation of 16m

45°15'12.0"N 074°12'39.0"W


DFO(6602985-03)




1434 - B à/to C - New Chart - 01-MAR-1996 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 26-MAY-2006

Add

sewer pipeline
(see Chart No. 1 L41.1)

between 44°47'03.3"N 075°22'40.9"W



and 44°46'58.4"N 075°22'41.5"W


DFO(6602957-05)




Add

sewer pipeline
(see Chart No. 1 L41.1)

between 44°47'20.2"N 075°22'13.5"W



and 44°47'24.8"N 075°22'20.2"W


DFO(6602957-06)




1435 - Cardinal to/à Whaleback Shoal A-B - New Chart - 15-DEC-1995 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 02-JUN-2006

Add

sewer pipeline
(see Chart No. 1 L41.1)

between 44°47'03.1"N 075°22'40.9"W



and 44°46'58.4"N 075°22'41.5"W


DFO(6602957-05)




Add

sewer pipeline
(see Chart No. 1 L41.1)

between 44°47'20.2"N 075°22'13.5"W



and 44°47'24.8"N 075°22'20.2"W


DFO(6602957-06)




1435 - Cardinal to/à Whaleback Shoal B-C - New Chart - 15-DEC-1995 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 02-JUN-2006

Delete

water tower with elevation of 90m, RLts
(See Chart No.1, E21)

44°36'24.0"N 075°40'01.0"W


DFO(6602981-01)




1435 - Prescott/Ogdensburg - New Chart - 15-DEC-1995 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 02-JUN-2006

Add

wreck WK with known depth of 10.5m
(see Chart No. 1 K26)

44°42'30.3"N 075°30'41.0"W


DFO(6602957-02)




Add

breakwater and legend "Bkw"
(see Chart No. 1 F4.1)

between 44°42'57.6"N 075°30'00.3"W



and 44°42'56.1"N 075°29'59.9"W


DFO(6602957-03)




Add

microwave tower with elevation of 74m, WLts
(see Chart No. 1 Ec)

44°43'12.5"N 075°30'05.2"W


DFO(6602957-07)




Add

microwave tower with elevation of 130m, RLts
(see Chart No. 1 Ec)

44°43'14.3"N 075°29'56.4"W


DFO(6602957-08)




2006 - Upper Gap to/à Telegraph Narrows - New Edition - 31-MAR-2000 - NAD 1983

17-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 24-DEC-2004

Delete

white and orange hazard spar buoy
(See Chart No. 1, Qs)

44°07'22.0"N 076°52'51.0"W


DFO(6602991-01)




2018 - Lower Gap to/à Adolphus Reach - New Chart - 22-JUN-1990 - NAD 1983

17-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 15-DEC-2006

Delete

white and orange hazard spar buoy
(See Chart No. 1, Qs)

44°07'21.0"N 076°52'51.0"W


DFO(6602991-01)




2021 - Haig's Reach Lock to Healey Falls Locks / Écluse de Haig's Reach aux Écluses de Healey Falls - Sheet 4 - New Edition - 02-FEB-2007 - NAD 1983

31-AUG-2007



Add

red starboard hand spar buoy, marked T224.
(See Chart No. 1 Qf)

44°18'41.1"N 077°47'51.7"W


(B2007044) DFO(6602999-01)




2023 - Peterborough to/à Lakefield - Sheet 1 - New Edition - 14-JUL-2006 - NAD 1983

31-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 13-APR-2007

Add

red starboard hand spar buoy, marked C88.
(See Chart No. 1 Qf)

44°23'08.5"N 078°16'18.0"W


(B2007042) DFO(6602997-01)




2023 - Burleigh Falls to/à Buckhorn - Sheet 2 - New Edition - 14-JUL-2006 - NAD 1983

31-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 13-APR-2007

Delete

sounding of 7 feet.

44°32'41.8"N 078°15'11.3"W


DFO(6602998-02)




Add

green port hand spar buoy, marked C255.
(See Chart No. 1 Qg)

44°32'41.8"N 078°15'11.3"W


(B2007043) DFO(6602998-01)




2064 - Kingston to/à False Ducks Islands - New Edition - 05-MAR-1999 - NAD 1983

17-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 09-MAR-2007

Delete

white and orange hazard spar buoy
(See Chart No. 1, Qs)

44°07'20.0"N 076°52'52.0"W


DFO(6602991-01)




2069 - Trenton - New Edition - 19-MAY-2000 - NAD 1983

17-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 10-MAR-2006

Delete

swing bridge with vertical clearance of (10) feet
(see Chart No. 1 D23.2)

between 44°06'19.4"N 077°34'50.4"W



and 44°06'24.5"N 077°34'44.6"W


DFO(6602984-02)




Replace

(25) with (30)
(see Chart No. 1 D20)

44°06'09.8"N 077°34'27.2"W


DFO(6602984-01)




Add

pile
(see Chart No. 1 F22)

44°06'24.1"N 077°34'45.3"W


DFO(6602984-03)




Add

pile
(see Chart No. 1 F22)

44°06'23.6"N 077°34'45.9"W


DFO(6602984-04)




Add

pile
(see Chart No. 1 F22)

44°06'23.1"N 077°34'46.3"W


DFO(6602984-05)




Add

pile
(see Chart No. 1 F22)

44°06'22.5"N 077°34'46.9"W


DFO(6602984-06)




Add

pile
(see Chart No. 1 F22)

44°06'22.0"N 077°34'47.4"W


DFO(6602984-07)




Add

pile
(see Chart No. 1 F22)

44°06'21.5"N 077°34'48.0"W


DFO(6602984-08)




Add

pile
(see Chart No. 1 F22)

44°06'20.8"N 077°34'48.8"W


DFO(6602984-09)




Add

pile
(see Chart No. 1 F22)

44°06'20.2"N 077°34'49.2"W


DFO(6602984-10)




Add

pile
(see Chart No. 1 F22)

44°06'19.7"N 077°34'50.0"W


DFO(6602984-11)




Add

legend Piles/Pieux
(See Chart No. 1 F22)

44°06'22.1"N 077°34'52.0"W


DFO(6602984-12)




2202 - Port Severn to/à Penetang Harbour - Sheet 1 - New Edition - 05-JAN-2007 - NAD 1983

31-AUG-2007



Delete

private white and orange hazard spar buoy
(See Chart No. 1 Qs)

44°45'23.7"N 079°51'54.8"W


DFO(6603002-01)




Delete

submerged pipeline, PWI
(See Chart No. 1 Lb)

between 44°45'19.0"N 079°52'05.0"W



and 44°45'22.5"N 079°51'57.0"W


DFO(6603002-02)




2222 - Tiffin Harbour - New Chart - 13-APR-1984 - NAD 1927

31-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 15-DEC-2006

Delete

private white and orange hazard spar buoy
(See Chart No. 1 Qs)

44°45'22.7"N 079°51'55.0"W


DFO(6603002-01)




Delete

submerged pipeline, PWI
(See Chart No. 1 Lb)

between 44°45'18.5"N 079°52'05.0"W



and 44°45'22.5"N 079°51'55.3"W


DFO(6603002-02)




2241 - Port Severn to/à Christian Island - Sheet 1 - New Chart - 30-JUL-1999 - NAD 1983

31-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 03-FEB-2006

Delete

private white and orange hazard spar buoy
(See Chart No. 1 Qs)

44°45'23.8"N 079°51'54.9"W


DFO(6603002-01)




Delete

submerged pipeline, PWI
(See Chart No. 1 Lb)

between 44°45'19.0"N 079°52'05.0"W



and 44°45'22.5"N 079°51'56.0"W


DFO(6603002-02)




2257 - Clapperton Island to/à John Island - New Edition - 11-JAN-2002 - NAD 1983

17-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 28-OCT-2005

Add

private light FG

46°10'58.9"N 082°21'41.5"W


DFO(6602509-05)




2268 - Boyd Island to/à Spanish River - New Edition - 31-MAR-1989 - NAD 1927

17-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 13-APR-2007

Delete

shoreline and legend Ru.

between 46°11'03.8"N 082°21'31.0"W



and 46°11'02.0"N 082°21'16.7"W


DFO(6602509-03)




Delete

crib with drying height of 0m

46°11'01.6"N 082°21'28.5"W


DFO(6602509-06)




Delete

crib

46°11'00.0"N 082°21'28.0"W


DFO(6602509-07)




Add

breakwater

joining 46°11'02.3"N 082°21'44.5"W



46°10'59.0"N 082°21'44.0"W



and 46°10'58.8"N 082°21'41.8"W


DFO(6602509-01)




Add

breakwater

between 46°10'59.5"N 082°21'40.0"W



and 46°11'00.0"N 082°21'33.0"W


DFO(6602509-02)




Add

shoreline

joining 46°11'03.8"N 082°21'31.0"W



46°11'03.0"N 082°21'30.5"W



46°11'00.1"N 082°21'32.0"W



46°11'00.5"N 082°21'30.5"W



46°11'02.5"N 082°21'29.0"W



46°11'03.5"N 082°21'27.5"W



46°11'04.3"N 082°21'25.0"W



46°11'03.5"N 082°21'22.0"W



46°11'02.7"N 082°21'22.0"W



46°11'02.2"N 082°21'21.0"W



46°11'02.0"N 082°21'19.0"W



and 46°11'02.0"N 082°21'16.7"W


DFO(6602509-04)

Add

private light FG

46°10'58.8"N 082°21'41.8"W


DFO(6602509-05)




4011 - Approaches to/Approches à Bay of Fundy/Baie de Fundy - Sheet 1 - New Edition - 03-JAN-2003 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 17-NOV-2006

Delete

BELL against red starboard hand lighted pillar bell buoy FlR

44°18'17.0"N 066°25'55.0"W


(F2007068) LL(220) DFO(6303543-01)




4012 - Yarmouth to/à Halifax - New Edition - 14-FEB-2003 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 09-FEB-2007

Delete

BELL against red starboard hand lighted pillar bell buoy FlR

44°18'17.0"N 066°25'55.0"W


(F2007068) LL(220) DFO(6303543-01)




4013 - Halifax to/à Sydney - New Edition - 06-SEP-2002 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 13-JUL-2007

Replace

red starboard hand lighted pillar buoy FlR with red and white fairway lighted pillar buoy Mo(A)

46°05'29.1"N 061°29'28.0"W


(G2007051) LL(874.5) DFO(6303498-01)




4015 - Sydney to/à Saint-Pierre - New Edition - 28-MAR-2003 - NAD 1983

17-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 13-JUL-2007

Delete

red starboard hand lighted pillar bell buoy FlR, BELL

47°37'00.0"N 058°27'00.0"W


(N2005012) LL(145.5) DFO(6303555-01)




4022 - Cabot Strait and approaches / Détroit de Cabot et les approches, Scatarie Island to/à Anticosti Island / Île D'Anticosti - New Edition - 17-JAN-2003 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 13-JUL-2007

Replace

red starboard hand lighted pillar bell buoy FlR, BELL with red and white fairway lighted pillar buoy Mo(A)

46°05'29.1"N 061°29'28.0"W


(G2007051) LL(874.5) DFO(6303498-01)




17-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 10-AUG-2007

Delete

red starboard hand lighted pillar bell buoy FlR, BELL

47°37'00.0"N 058°27'00.0"W


(N2005012) LL(145.5) DFO(6303555-01)




4023 - Northhumberland Strait / Détroit de Northumberland - New Edition - 27-DEC-2002 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 29-JUN-2007

Replace

red starboard hand lighted pillar bell buoy FlR, BELL with red and white fairway lighted pillar buoy Mo(A)

46°05'29.1"N 061°29'28.0"W


(G2007051) LL(874.5) DFO(6303498-01)




4117 - Saint John Harbour and Approaches/et les approches - New Edition - 12-JUL-2002 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 06-JUL-2007

Delete

depth of 8 metres, 3 decimetres

45°16'24.5"N 066°04'04.8"W


DFO(6303587-01)




Add

depth of 2 metres, 9 decimetres

45°16'24.8"N 066°04'04.5"W


DFO(6303587-02)




L/C4118 - St.Marys Bay - New Edition - 13-NOV-1998 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 23-MAR-2007

Delete

BELL against red starboard hand lighted pillar bell buoy FlR, marked M4

44°18'17.0"N 066°25'55.0"W


(F2007068) LL(220) DFO(6303543-01)




4234 - Country Island to/à Barren Island - New Chart - 10-APR-1987 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 27-JUL-2007

Add

depth of 2 metres, 6 decimetres

45°00'46.3"N 061°59'46.1"W


DFO(6303586-01)




Add

depth of 2 metres, 9 decimetres

45°01'18.2"N 061°59'32.0"W


DFO(6303586-02)




Add

depth of 1 metre, 4 decimetres

45°01'27.2"N 061°59'30.8"W


DFO(6303586-03)




4266 - Sydney Harbour - New Chart - 29-SEP-1989 - NAD 1983

17-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 29-JUN-2007

CANCELS

yellow cautionary spar buoy

46°08'10.0"N 060°11'53.0"W


This buoy is permanently discontinued. Notice 12-MAY-2000(T), DFO(6828480) is now cancelled.



(G2000007) LL(5777.01) DFO(6828480-01)




4266 - Sydney Harbour - New Edition - 14-MAR-2003 - NAD 1983

17-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 29-JUN-2007

Delete

BELL against red starboard hand lighted pillar bell buoy FlR, marked S6

46°12'28.5"N 060°14'01.3"W


(G2007040) LL(779) DFO(6303497-01)




Add

light FlG against green port hand spar buoy, marked SS1

46°12'00.5"N 060°12'19.0"W


(G2007089) LL(787.2) DFO(6303505-01)




Add

yellow and black South cardinal spar buoy, marked SS

46°12'08.9"N 060°13'01.1"W


(G2007094) LL(5787.2) DFO(6303521-01)




Add

green port hand spar buoy, marked S19

46°08'10.0"N 060°11'53.0"W


(G2007102) LL(5777.1) DFO(6303524-01)




24-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 17-AUG-2007

Delete

red starboard hand lighted pillar buoy QR, marked SD2

46°12'36.0"N 060°14'15.4"W


(G2007088) LL(779.4) DFO(6303504-01)




Add

red starboard hand lighted spar buoy QR, marked SD2

46°12'32.8"N 060°14'10.3"W


(G2007088) LL(779.4) DFO(6303504-02)




4266 - Sydney Wharves/Quais - New Chart - 29-SEP-1989 - NAD 1983

17-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 29-JUN-2007

CANCELS

yellow cautionary spar buoy

46°08'10.0"N 060°11'53.0"W


This buoy is permanently discontinued. Notice 12-MAY-2000(T), DFO(6828480) is now cancelled.



(G2000007) LL(5777.01) DFO(6828480-01)




4266 - North Sydney - New Edition - 14-MAR-2003 - NAD 1983

17-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 29-JUN-2007

Delete

BELL against red starboard hand lighted pillar bell buoy FlR, marked S6

46°12'28.5"N 060°14'01.3"W


(G2007040) LL(779) DFO(6303497-01)




24-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 17-AUG-2007

Delete

red starboard hand lighted pillar buoy QR, marked SD2

46°12'36.0"N 060°14'15.4"W


(G2007088) LL(779.4) DFO(6303504-01)




Add

red starboard hand lighted spar buoy QR, marked SD2

46°12'32.8"N 060°14'10.3"W


(G2007088) LL(779.4) DFO(6303504-02)




4266 - Sydney Wharves/Quais - New Edition - 14-MAR-2003 - NAD 1983

17-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 29-JUN-2007

Add

yellow cautionary spar buoy, marked SSA

46°08'38.0"N 060°12'12.2"W


(G2007087) LL(5786.1) DFO(6303503-01)




Add

green port hand spar buoy, marked S19

46°08'10.0"N 060°11'53.0"W


(G2007102) LL(5777.1) DFO(6303524-01)




4275 - St. Peters Bay - New Edition - 28-JUN-2002 - NAD 1983

17-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 16-JUN-2006

Add

green port hand lighted spar buoy FlG, marked NT1

45°34'46.1"N 060°52'57.8"W


(G2007113) LL(728.5) DFO(6303577-01)




4278 - Great Bras D'or and/et St.Patricks Channel - New Edition - 20-MAR-1998 - NAD 1983

17-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 18-NOV-2005

Amend

FR to read FlR against light

46°05'33.2"N 060°45'00.7"W


(G2007100) LL(815.1) DFO(6303522-01)




4278 - Baddeck Harbour - New Edition - 20-MAR-1998 - NAD 1983

17-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 18-NOV-2005

Amend

FR to read FlR against light

46°05'33.2"N 060°45'00.7"W


(G2007100) LL(815.1) DFO(6303522-01)




4279 - Bras D'or Lake - New Edition - 28-AUG-1998 - NAD 1983

17-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 29-DEC-2006

Add

green port hand lighted spar buoy FlG, marked NT1

45°34'46.1"N 060°52'57.8"W


(G2007113) LL(728.5) DFO(6303577-01)




4308 - St. Peters Bay to/à Strait of Canso - New Edition - 21-MAR-2003 - NAD 1983

17-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 17-DEC-2004

Add

green port hand lighted spar buoy FlG, marked NT1

45°34'46.1"N 060°52'57.8"W


(G2007113) LL(728.5) DFO(6303577-01)




4335 - Strait of Canso and Approaches/et les approches - New Edition - 14-AUG-1998 - NAD 1983

17-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 15-SEP-2006

Add

green port hand lighted spar buoy FlG, marked NT1

45°34'46.1"N 060°52'57.8"W


(G2007113) LL(728.5) DFO(6303577-01)




4340 - Grand Manan - New Edition - 10-JAN-2003 - NAD 1983

17-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 13-JUL-2007

Delete

radar reflector

44°37'59.2"N 066°43'22.2"W


(F2007074) LL(7023.9) DFO(6303546-01)




4363 - Cape Smokey to/à St. Paul Island - New Edition - 12-SEP-2003 - NAD 1983

03-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 06-JAN-2006

Amend

2Lts FG FlR to read 2Lts FlG FlR against light

47°00'12.7"N 060°28'04.0"W


(G2007101) LL(858) DFO(6303523-01)




4448 - Mabou Harbour - New Edition - 13-DEC-2002 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 16-MAR-2007

Replace

red starboard hand lighted pillar bell buoy FlR, BELL, marked VJ2 with red and white fairway lighted pillar buoy Mo(A), marked VJ

46°05'29.1"N 061°29'28.0"W


(G2007051) LL(874.5) DFO(6303498-01)




4462 - St. George's Bay - New Edition - 07-MAR-2003 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 08-DEC-2006

Replace

red starboard hand lighted pillar bell buoy FlR, BELL, marked VJ2 with red and white fairway lighted pillar buoy Mo(A), marked VJ

46°05'29.1"N 061°29'28.0"W


(G2007051) LL(874.5) DFO(6303498-01)




4470 - Blanc-Sablon à/to Middle Bay - New Edition - 04-JAN-1980 - NAD 1927

31-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 08-DEC-2006

Add

obscured sector

51°22'29.4"N 057°11'26.7"W


The light of île Greenly is obscured by Île au Bois through an arc of 15°, from 64° to 79°
(See Chart No. 1, P43)



(Q2007073) LL(1528.9) DFO(6407503-01)




4473 - Île de la Grande Passe aux/to Îles Bun - New Edition - 28-OCT-2005 - NAD 1983

31-AUG-2007



Delete

green port hand lighted pillar buoy Fl G, marked CUS3
(See Chart No. 1 Qg)

51°12'31.0"N 058°35'56.3"W


(Q2007076) LL(1541) DFO(6407507-01)




Delete

red starboard hand lighted pillar buoy Fl R, marked CUS4
(See Chart No. 1 Qf)

51°12'38.5"N 058°36'03.3"W


(Q2007077) LL(1542) DFO(6407508-01)




Reposition

red starboard hand lighted pillar buoy Fl R, marked CUS2
(See Chart No. 1 Qf)

from 51°12'32.3"N 058°35'41.4"W



to 51°12'27.0"N 058°35'36.9"W


(Q2007075) LL(1540) DFO(6407506-01)




Add

legend Chenal balisé / Channel Buoyed

51°12'30.0"N 058°36'25.0"W


DFO(6407507-02)




4491 - Malpeque Bay - New Edition - 13-DEC-2002 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 25-NOV-2005

Delete

red starboard hand lighted spar buoy FlR, marked JT2

46°33'12.2"N 063°40'38.7"W


(G2007098) LL(1071.01) DFO(6303495-01)




4653 - Bay of Islands - New Edition - 30-MAY-2003 - NAD 1983

03-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 17-SEP-2004

Add

red starboard hand lighted spar buoy FlR, marked XL2

49°05'52.7"N 058°22'13.1"W


(N2007009) LL(193.5) DFO(6303514-01)




4654 - Lark Harbour and/et York Harbour (Bay of Islands) - New Edition - 22-NOV-2002 - NAD 1983

03-AUG-2007



Add

red starboard hand lighted spar buoy FlR, marked XL2

49°05'52.7"N 058°22'13.1"W


(N2007009) LL(193.5) DFO(6303514-01)




4679 - Hawkes Bay, Port Saunders, Back Arm - New Edition - 29-NOV-2002 - NAD 1983

24-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 02-DEC-2005

Reposition

red starboard hand lighted spar buoy FlR, marked XP6

from 50°42'37.0"N 057°20'58.8"W



to 50°42'37.8"N 057°20'58.6"W


(N2007012) LL(211.74) DFO(6303539-01)




4825 - Burgeo - New Chart - 01-MAR-2002 - NAD 1983

31-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 03-NOV-2006

Reposition

red starboard hand lighted pillar buoy FlR, marked QF2

from 47°36'33.6"N 057°36'20.9"W



to 47°36'33.6"N 057°36'17.0"W


(N2007024) LL(145.9) DFO(6303560-01)




L/C4841 - ARGENTIA - New Chart - 19-MAY-1989 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 01-JUN-2007

Add

light FlY

47°17'52.2"N 053°58'57.5"W


(N2007008) LL(28.2) DFO(6303491-01)




L/C4850 - Old Perlican - New Chart - 11-MAY-1990 - NAD 1983

24-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 15-SEP-2006

Reposition

green port hand lighted spar buoy FlG, marked TP3

from 48°05'23.5"N 053°00'49.5"W



to 48°05'21.0"N 053°00'48.0"W


(N2007023) LL(470.74) DFO(6303558-01)




6026 - Wahwashkesh Lake - New Edition - 19-NOV-2004 - NAD 1983

10-AUG-2007



Add

submarine power cable
(see Chart No. 1 L31.1)

joining 45°42'57.6"N 080°02'39.0"W



45°42'58.5"N 080°02'45.2"W



45°42'52.4"N 080°02'51.5"W



and 45°42'43.7"N 080°02'54.0"W


DFO(6602913-01)




6216 - Sturgeon Channel to/à Big Narrows Island - Sheet 1 - New Edition - 08-FEB-2002 - NAD 1983

03-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 28-JAN-2005

Add

submarine cable
(see Chart No. 1 L30.1)

joining 49°31'41.0"N 094°50'31.0"W



49°31'34.0"N 094°50'32.0"W



49°31'27.0"N 094°50'38.0"W



49°31'13.0"N 094°50'55.0"W



49°31'03.0"N 094°50'31.0"W



49°30'48.5"N 094°49'13.0"W



49°30'25.0"N 094°48'57.0"W



49°29'25.5"N 094°49'30.5"W



and 49°29'18.5"N 094°49'00.0"W


DFO(6602891-01)




Add

submarine cable
(see Chart No. 1 L30.1)

joining 49°29'18.5"N 094°49'00.0"W



49°28'58.5"N 094°49'34.5"W



49°28'38.5"N 094°49'49.0"W



49°27'24.5"N 094°49'53.5"W



49°27'08.0"N 094°49'46.0"W



49°26'57.5"N 094°49'32.0"W



49°23'40.0"N 094°51'59.5"W



49°23'38.0"N 094°51'37.0"W



49°22'41.9"N 094°55'44.5"W



and 49°22'42.0"N 094°55'57.0"W


DFO(6602891-02)




Add

submarine cable
(see Chart No. 1 L30.1)

joining 49°22'42.0"N 094°55'57.0"W



49°22'33.0"N 094°55'48.5"W



49°22'00.5"N 094°56'14.0"W



49°21'56.0"N 094°56'12.5"W



49°21'53.0"N 094°56'07.0"W



49°21'15.0"N 094°53'58.0"W



49°21'15.5"N 094°53'45.0"W



and 49°21'30.5"N 094°53'17.5"W


DFO(6602891-03)




Add

submarine cable
(see Chart No. 1 L30.1)

joining 49°22'42.0"N 094°55'57.0"W



49°22'43.0"N 094°56'39.5"W



49°22'08.5"N 094°58'01.0"W



49°21'56.5"N 094°59'32.0"W



and 49°21'59.0"N 095°00'32.0"W


DFO(6602891-04)




6216 - Sturgeon Channel to/à Big Narrows Island - Sheet 2 - New Edition - 08-FEB-2002 - NAD 1983

03-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 28-JAN-2005

Add

submarine cable
(see Chart No. 1 L30.1)

joining 49°31'41.0"N 094°50'31.0"W



49°31'34.0"N 094°50'32.0"W



49°31'27.0"N 094°50'38.0"W



49°31'13.0"N 094°50'55.0"W



49°31'03.0"N 094°50'31.0"W



49°30'48.5"N 094°49'13.0"W



49°30'24.0"N 094°48'57.0"W



49°29'25.5"N 094°49'30.5"W



and 49°29'18.5"N 094°49'00.0"W


DFO(6602891-01)




Add

submarine cable
(see Chart No. 1 L30.1)

joining 49°29'18.5"N 094°49'00.0"W



49°28'58.5"N 094°49'34.5"W



49°28'38.5"N 094°49'49.0"W



49°27'24.5"N 094°49'53.5"W



49°27'08.0"N 094°49'46.0"W



49°26'57.5"N 094°49'32.0"W



49°23'40.0"N 094°51'59.5"W



49°23'38.0"N 094°51'37.0"W



and 49°23'32.0"N 094°52'06.0"W


DFO(6602891-02)

6240 - Red River / Rivière Rouge to/à Berens River - New Edition - 16-JUL-2004 - Unknown

31-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 05-MAY-2006

Amend

legend Fl R to read Fl G against light
(See Chart No. 1 P16)

51°07'40.0"N 096°39'30.0"W


(D2007009) LL(1580) DFO(6602992-01)




6248 - Observation Point to/à Grindstone Point - New Edition - 08-JUL-2005 - NAD 1983

31-AUG-2007



Amend

legend Fl R to read Fl G against light
(See Chart No. 1 P16)

51°07'58.0"N 096°39'45.0"W


(D2007009) LL(1580) DFO(6602992-01)




6249 - Gull Harbour to/à Riverton - New Edition - 26-NOV-2004 - Unknown

31-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 18-AUG-2006

Amend

legend Fl R to read Fl G against light
(See Chart No. 1 P16)

51°07'59.0"N 096°39'45.0"W


(D2007009) LL(1580) DFO(6602992-01)




6251 - Red River / Rivière Rouge to/à Gull Harbour - New Edition - 26-MAY-2000 - NAD 1927

31-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 18-AUG-2006

Amend

legend Fl R to read Fl G against light
(See Chart No. 1 P16)

51°08'00.0"N 096°39'44.0"W


(D2007009) LL(1580) DFO(6602992-01)




6268 - Berens River and Approaches - New Edition - 27-MAY-2005 - Unknown

10-AUG-2007



Delete

legend Aero against beacon
(see Chart No. 1 S16)

52°21'15.0"N 097°01'27.0"W


DFO(6602931-01)




Delete

legend Bn against beacon
(see Chart No. 1 Q80)

52°20'47.0"N 097°02'18.0"W


DFO(6602931-03)




Delete

legend Bn against beacon
(see Chart No. 1 Q80)

52°21'43.0"N 097°03'24.0"W


DFO(6602931-04)




Add

legend RLts against beacon
(see Chart No. 1 P61.2)

52°21'15.0"N 097°01'27.0"W


DFO(6602931-02)




6416 - Saline Island to/à Police Island - New Edition - 29-APR-2005 - Unknown

24-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 20-APR-2007

Reposition

legend Danger Zone 4
Zone dangereuse 4

from 64°42'12.0"N 124°53'51.0"W



to 64°41'09.0"N 124°51'36.0"W


(A2007004) DFO(6602933-01)




Amend

legend F 18m to read F 33m against front leading light
(See Chart No.1, P16)

64°42'07.0"N 124°56'58.0"W


(A2007002) LL(1773.1) DFO(6602932-01)




Amend

legend F 27m to read F 43m against rear leading light
(See Chart No.1, P16)

64°42'09.0"N 124°56'48.0"W


(A2007003) LL(1773.2) DFO(6602935-01)




7621 - Amundsen Gulf - New Chart - 02-MAY-1997 - NAD 1983

24-AUG-2007


LNM/D. 08-SEP-2000

Delete

tower, Tr R Lts
(See Chart No. 1, E20)

69°21'03.0"N 124°04'31.0"W


DFO(6602965-01)




Amend

legend Aero RC to read RC against radiobeacon
(See Chart No.1, S10)

69°21'03.0"N 124°04'31.0"W


DFO(6602965-05)




Add

aeronautical light, AERO
(See Chart No.1, P60)

69°21'03.0"N 124°04'31.0"W


DFO(6602965-06)




7665 - Franklin Bay and/ et Darnley Bay - New Chart - 13-JUN-1986 - NAD 1927

24-AUG-2007


LNM/D. (1928-1999)

Delete

air obstruction light, Aero FR, Priv (PA)


(See Chart No.1, P61.1)

69°20'55.0"N 124°04'20.0"W


DFO(6602965-02)




Delete

aeronautical radiobeacon, Aero RC
(See Chart No.1, S16)

69°20'55.0"N 124°04'20.0"W


DFO(6602965-03)




Add

circular radiobeacon, RC
(See Chart No.1, S10)

69°21'03.0"N 124°04'31.0"W


DFO(6602965-04)




Add

aeronautical light, AERO
(See Chart No.1, P60)

69°21'21.0"N 124°04'32.0"W


DFO(6602965-06)




7687 - Approaches To/ Approches A Paulatuk Harbour - New Chart - 05-AUG-1983 - NAD 1927

24-AUG-2007


LNM/D. (1928-1999)

Delete

radio tower, Ro Tr, R Lts
(See Chart No.1, E28)

69°21'06.0"N 124°04'03.0"W


DFO(6602965-01)




Delete

air obstruction light, Aero FR, Priv (PA)
(See Chart No.1, P61.1)

69°20'55.0"N 124°04'18.0"W


DFO(6602965-02)




Delete

aeronautical radiobeacon, Aero RC
(See Chart No.1, S16)

69°20'55.0"N 124°04'18.0"W


DFO(6602965-03)




Delete

light Fl (PA)


(See Chart No. 1, P1)

69°20'52.0"N 124°03'55.0"W


DFO(6602965-07)




7687 - Paulatuk Harbour - New Chart - 05-AUG-1983 - No geographic reference

24-AUG-2007


LNM/D. (1928-1999)

Delete

radio tower, Ro Tr, R Lts
(See Chart No.1, E28)

2825m, 67½° from bottom left corner of inset


DFO(6602965-01)




Delete

air obstruction light, Aero FR, Priv (PA)
(See Chart No.1, P61.1)

2525m, 73° from bottom left corner of inset


DFO(6602965-02)




Delete

aeronautical radiobeacon, Aero RC
(See Chart No.1, S16)

2525m, 73° from bottom left corner of inset


DFO(6602965-03)




Delete

light Fl (PA)
(See Chart No.1, P1)

2750m, 76½° from bottom left corner of inset


DFO(6602965-07)




Add

circular radiobeacon, RC
(See Chart No.1, S10)

2515m, 66½° from bottom left corner of inset


DFO(6602965-04)




Add

aeronautical light, AERO
(See Chart No.1, P60)

2780m, 56½° from bottom left corner of inset


DFO(6602965-06)









SECTION 3 – Edition 08/2007
CORRECTIONS TO RADIO AIDS TO MARINE NAVIGATION



CANADIAN COAST GUARD PUBLICATION - AMENDMENT TO THE RADIO AIDS TO MARINE NAVIGATION (ATLANTIC, ST-LAWRENCE, GREAT LAKES, LAKE WINNIPEG AND EASTERN ARCTIC) PUBLICATION 2007.

Page 2-52

RADAR BEACON (RACONS) ATLANTIC COAST, GULF AND ST. LAWRENCE RIVER TO MONTREAL, EASTERN ARCTIC (located in Newfoundland) (NAD 83)

Add the following RACON :


NEGRO ISLAND LIGHT
56º21'10"N 60º32'68"W


6


360


--..
(Z)


Open year round





SECTION 4 – Edition 08/2007
SAILING DIRECTIONS AND SMALL CRAFT GUIDE CORRECTIONS




ATL 112 - St. Lawrence River - Cap-Rouge to Montréal and Rivière Richelieu, Second Edition, 2001 -

Page 30 - Paragraph 124, line 1
Delete: abeam
Replace by: 1.1 mile downstream
(Q2007-031.1)





SECTION 5 – Edition 08/2007

LIST OF LIGHTS, BUOYS AND FOG SIGNALS CORRECTIONS




NEWFOUNDLAND


28.2


Argentia Fleet Dock Wharf



47 17 52.2
53 58 57.5


Fl


Y


4s


.....


3


Cylindrical mast.
2.1


Privately maintained.
Year round.


Chart:4841
Edn 08/07(N07-008)


145.9


Reubans Rock light buoy QF2



47 36 33.6
57 36 17


Fl


R


4s


.....


.....


Red, marked "QF2".


Year round.


Chart:4825
Edn 08/07(N07-024)


193.5


Lark Harbour Spit light buoy XL2



49 05 52.7
58 22 13.1


Fl


R


4s


.....


.....


Red spar, marked "XL2".


Seasonal.


Chart:4654
Edn 08/07(N07-009)


211.74


Back Arm light buoy XP6



50 42 37.8
57 20 58.9


Fl


R


4s


.....


.....


Red spar, marked "XP6".


Seasonal.


Chart:4679
Edn 08/07(N07-012)


280.95


Black Tickle Wharf



53 27 21.7
55 45 50.5


Fl


G


4s


.....


2


Cylindrical mast.
2.1


Seasonal.


Chart:4744
Edn 08/07(N07-034)


ATLANTIC


220


Northwest Ledge light buoy M4



Off Beatson Rocks.
44 18 17
66 25 55


Fl


R


4s


.....


.....


Red, marked "M4".


Year round.


Chart:4118
Edn 08/07 (F07-068)


372.03


Lockeport Inner Harbour light buoy KK72



43 42 06.8
65 06 33.9


Fl


R


4s


.....


.....


Red spar, marked "KK72".


Year round.


Chart:4209
Edn 08/07 (F07-075)


728.5


Cape Ronde light buoy NT1



45 34 46.1
60 52 57.8


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green spar, marked ‘‘NT1'.


Year round.


Chart:4275
Edn 08/07(G07-113)


737.05


Lower L'Ardoise light buoy NN5



45 35 51.2
60 46 15.4


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green spar, marked ‘'NN5'.


Seasonal.


Chart:4275
Edn 08/07(G07-118)


779


Sydney Northwest Bar light buoy S6



On SE. edge of bar.
46 12 28.5
60 14 01.3


Fl


R


4s


.....


.....


Red, marked "S6".


Seasonal.


Chart:4266
Edn 08/07(G07-040)


779.4


Northwest Bar light buoy SD2



46 12 32.8
60 14 10.3


Q


R


1s


.....


.....


Red spar, marked "SD2".


Seasonal.


Chart:4266
Edn 08/07(G07-088)


787.2


Southbar Ruins light buoy SS1



46 12 00.5
60 12 19


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green spar, marked "SS1".


Year round.

Chart:4266
Edn 08/07(G07-089)


815.1
H801


Kidston Island West End



46 05 33.2
60 45 00.7


Fl


R


6s


13.5


4


White cylindrical tower, red horizontal bands.
10.6


Operates at night only.
Seasonal.

Chart:4278
Edn 08/07 (G07-100)


858
H873


St. Lawrence Bay



Near outer end of breakwater.
47 00 12.7
60 28 04


Fl


G


3s


5.2


3


Cylindrical mast.
4.2


Operates at night only.
Seasonal.


Chart:4363
Edn 08/07 (G07-101)


874.5


Mabou Harbour light and bell buoy VJ2










Delete from list.

Chart:4448
Edn 08/07(G07-051)


874.51


Mabou Harbour light buoy VJ



NW. of Harbour.
46 05 29.1
61 29 28


Mo(A)


W


6s


.....


.....


Red and white vertical stripes, marked "VJ".


Seasonal.


Chart:4448
Edn 08/07(G07-067)


1071.01


Darnley Basin light buoy JT2










Delete from list.


Chart:4491
Edn 08/07 (G07-098)


1142




1143




North Richibucto Beach Inner range


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On shore behind breakwater.
46 42 57
64 47 59

045°48' 238.6 m from front.


Iso




Iso


W




W


1s




4s


8.1




13.7


6




6


Square skeleton tower, white daymark, red vertical stripe.
6.7


Square skeleton tower, white daymark, red vertical stripe.
9.9


Operates at night only.
Seasonal.



Operates at night only.
Seasonal.


Chart:4909
Edn 08/07 (G07-116)


1528.9


Île Greenly



On SW part of island.
51 22 29.4
57 11 26.7


Fl


W


15s


34.7


15


Skeleton tower, orange rectangular daymark.
22.3


Flash 0.5 s; eclipse 14.5 s.
Operates at night only.
Seasonal.

The light of Île Greenly is obscured by Île au Bois from 64° to 79°.

Chart:4470
Edn 08/07 (Q07-073)


1540


Rivière Saint-Augustin light buoy CUS2



51 12 27
58 35 36.9


Fl


R


4s


.....


.....


Red, marked "CUS2".


Seasonal.


Chart:4473
Edn 08/07 (Q07-075)


1541


Rivière Saint-Augustin light buoy CUS3



51 12 30
58 35 54.3


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green, marked "CUS3".


Seasonal.


Chart:4473
Edn 08/07 (Q07-076)


1542


Rivière Saint-Augustin light buoy CUS4



51 12 33.5
58 36 06.7


Fl


R


4s


.....


.....


Red, marked "CUS4".


Seasonal.


Chart:4473
Edn 08-07 (Q07-077)


1542.05


Rivière Saint-Augustin light buoy CUS5



51 12 41.4
58 36 12.5


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green, marked "CUS5".


Seasonal.


Chart:4473
Edn 08/07 (Q07-078)


1542.051


Rivière Saint-Augustin light buoy CUS7



51 12 46.5
58 36 13.2


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green, marked "CUS7".


Seasonal.


Chart:4473
Edn 08/07 (Q07-079)


1542.052


Rivière Saint-Augustin light buoy CUS9



51 13 02.3
58 36 35.3


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green, marked "CUS9".


Seasonal.


Chart:4473
Edn 08/07 (Q07-080)


1542.053


Rivière Saint-Augustin light buoy CUS10



51 13 02.2
58 36 53.1


Q


R


1s


.....


.....


Red, marked "CUS10".


Seasonal.


Chart:4473
Edn 08/07 (Q07-081)


1542.056


Rivière Saint-Augustin light buoy CUS14



51 12 39
58 37 25.3


Fl


R


4s


.....


.....


Red, marked "CUS14".


Seasonal.


Chart:4473
Edn 08/07 (Q07-082)


1542.057


Rivière Saint-Augustin light buoy CUS15



51 12 52.6
58 37 46.1


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green, marked "CUS15".


Seasonal.


Chart:4473
Edn 08/07 (Q07-083)


1542.058


Rivière Saint-Augustin light buoy CUS17



51 13 10.5
58 37 54.2


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green, marked "CUS17".


Seasonal.


Chart:4473
Edn 08/07 (Q07-084)


2019
H2356


2020
H2356.1




Calvaire range


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W. of Cap Charles.
46 33 22
72 05 10.9

238°29' 615.8m from front.


F



F



F


G



G



G


.....



.....



.....


39.0



54.2



53.7


17



17



6


Square skeleton tower, orange daymark, black vertical stripe.
9.1

Square skeleton tower, orange daymark, black vertical stripe.
20.5


Visible in line of range.
Emergency light.
Year round.

Visible in line of range.
Emergency light.
Year round.

Visible from 360°.

Chart:1314
Edn 08/07 (Q07-070)


2344
H2487


2345
H2487.1




Varennes (Traverse de l'île aux Vaches) range


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S. shore.
45 41 12.8
73 26 32.9

032°35' 325.8m from front.


F



F



F


G



G



G


.....



.....



.....


12.2



22.7



22.6


14



14



6


White cylindrical tower, orange daymark, black vertical stripe.
9.4

Square skeleton tower, orange daymark, black vertical stripe.
18.8


Visible in line of range.
Emergency light.
Year round.

Visible in line of range.
Emergency light.
Year round.

Visible from 360°.

Chart:1310
Edn 08/07 (Q07-071)


INLAND WATERS


0.1


Experimental light buoy V5



45 27 37.1
73 30 06.1


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green spar, marked "V5".


Experimental spar.
Seasonal.

Chart:1409
Edn 08/07(Q07-055)


0.2


Experimental light buoy V9



45 26 57
73 30 03.6


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green spar, marked "V9".


Experimental spar.
Seasonal.


Chart:1409
Edn 08/07(Q07-067T)


5.3


Experimental light buoy A2



45 24 27.7
73 43 24.2


Q


R


1s


.....


.....


Red spar, marked "A2".


Experimental spar.
Seasonal.

Chart:1410
Edn 08/07(Q07-064T)


9


Experimental light buoy A7



45 24 15.2
73 44 30.4


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green spar, marked "A7".


Experimental spar.
Seasonal.

Chart:1410
Edn 08/07(Q07-065T)


18


Experimental light buoy A20



45 23 54.1
73 47 23.2


Fl


R


4s


.....


.....


Red spar, marked "A20".


Experimental spar.
Seasonal.


Chart:1410
Edn 08/07(Q07-062T)


18.3


Experimental light buoy A22



45 23 35.1
73 47 48.6


Fl


R


4s


.....


.....


Red spar, marked "A22".


Experimental spar.
Seasonal.


Chart:1410
Edn 08/07(Q07-063T)


19


Experimental light buoy A25



45 23 10.7
73 48 10.6


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green spar, marked "A25".


Experimental spar.
Seasonal.


Chart:1410
Edn 08/07(Q07-060T)


19.5


Experimental light buoy A24



45 23 15.9
73 48 15.2


Fl


R


4s


.....


.....


Red spar, marked "A24".


Experimental spar.
Seasonal.


Chart:1410
Edn 08/07(Q07-061T)


21.1


Experimental light buoy A29



45 22 39
73 48 53.8


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green spar, marked "A29".


Experimental spar.
Seasonal.


Chart:1410
Edn 08/07(Q07-066T)


569.5


Port Dover Marina



42 46 50.8
80 11 40.7


Fl


R


4s


10.3


6


White cylindrical tower, red upper portion.
7.3


Privately maintained.
Seasonal.


Chart:2120
Edn 08/07(B07-041)


1213




1214





Pointe Claire Wharf range


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On end of wharf.
45 25 39.8
73 49 15


310°44' 34m from front.


F




F


G




G


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.....


5.5




7.9


13




13


White cylindrical mast, orange daymark, black vertical stripe.
3.6


White cylindrical mast, orange daymark, black vertical stripe.
4.9


Privately maintained by Yacht club de Pointe-Claire.
Seasonal.


Privately maintained by Yacht club de Pointe-Claire.
Seasonal.


Chart:1410
Edn 08/07(Q07-085,086)


1773.1



1773.2




Mile 482.8 range


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On E. shore.
64 42 06
124 57 11

062° 73m from front.


F



F


W



W


.....



.....


33.0



43.0


11



11


Square skeleton tower, white daymark, red vertical stripe.


Square skeleton tower, white daymark, red vertical stripe.


Visible in line of range.
Seasonal.


Visible in line of range.
Seasonal.


Chart:6416
Edn 08/07(A07-002,003)





suggestion report

INSTRUCTIONS:


Mariners are requested to notify the responsible authorities when new or suspected dangers to navigation are discovered, changes are observed in aids to navigation, or corrections to publications are seen to be necessary.


* In the case of new or suspected dangers to navigation, it is important that all details be given in order to aid with future   investigations. Items of interest include heights, depths, physical description, type of bottom and equipment method   used to position the item. It is helpful to mark details on chart, which will be promptly replaced by the Canadian   Hydrographic Service.  


Reports should be made to the nearest Marine Communications and Traffic Services Centre and should be confirmed in writing to:

Director, Navigation Systems
Canadian Coast Guard
Department of Fisheries and Oceans
Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0E6

In the case of information concerning
navigational aids or the List of Lights,
Buoys and Fog Signals.


OR

Dominion Hydrographer
Canadian Hydrographic Service
Department of Fisheries and Oceans
Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0E6

CHSINFO@DFO-MPO.GC.CA

In the case of new or suspected
dangers to navigation, or where
corrections to "Sailing Directions"
appear to be necessary.

For general questions on Coast Guard programs or services, please send an e-mail message to:
info@dfo-mpo.gc.ca
(Please include your postal and e-mail address)