The Maritimes Region is one of the largest and most diverse Fisheries and Oceans Canada regions. We manage 8,600 kilometres of coastline and serve a broad spectrum of clients. Our work is vital to Canadians in this region.
Report emergencies and other concerns, including marine mammals in distress and fisheries violations such as poaching.
Services and information
Discover this oceanographic research facility located on the shores of the Bedford Basin in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
We manage Indigenous, commercial, and recreational fisheries in the Maritimes Region.
Find out how these facilities help us maintain the genetic diversity of the Inner Bay of Fundy Atlantic Salmon populations in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
There is a growing understanding among Canadians of the importance of protecting and benefiting from our marine and freshwater environments and resources.
Check out this research station in St. Andrews, New Brunswick. It’s Atlantic Canada’s oldest permanent marine research facility.
This page leads you to scientific information and advice in support of the conservation, protection, and sustainable utilization of marine and aquatic resources, and safe navigation.