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The Canadian Coast Guard is looking for Marine Communications and Traffics Services Officers
Would you like to help vessels in distress? Prevent them from colliding? Do you enjoy a fast-paced environment? We may have the job for you! The Canadian Coast Guard is looking for Marine Communications and Traffic Services Officers at its Les Escoumins Centre. Training (between 9 and 18 months) is provided. Apply before August 3rd.
- Infoceans June-July 2015 Is Online
Canadian Coast Guard Seasonal Rescue Stations Resume Operations
May 27, 2015 - Montreal, Quebec
Spring Water Temperature – Security Reminders
The Canadian Coast Guard reminds that despite the warm weather, the water of the St. Lawrence River is still very cold. Contact with very cold water causes a thermal shock that can lead to death. Take this into consideration before heading out on the water by making sure you have appropriate clothing and equipment (dry suit, life jacket, etc.). For more information, visit the Websites of the Office of Boating Safety (Transport Canada) and the Canadian Red Cross.
Annual reopening of seasonal Canadian Coast Guard Search and Rescue Bases in Ontario
April 24, 2015 - Montreal, Quebec
Reopening of Seasonal Canadian Coast Guard Search and Rescue Bases
April 23, 2015 - Montreal, Quebec
Spring 2015 Canadian Coast Guard Icebreaking Operations on the St. Lawrence Seaway, Great Lakes and Connecting Waterways
February 19, 2015 - Montreal, Quebec
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