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Transport Canada Document
Pre-Departure Checklist 2009 TP14525E
Pre-departure checklist
Port - Starboard - Stern
Transport Canada; https://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/marinesafety/

Transport Canada Document

Passport boating safety
Transport Canada Document
Transport Canada - office of boating safety
Passport for Anglers and Hunters - TP 14659 E
Transport Canada; rules of the road;
boating, marine safety,

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Transport Canada - Canada Flag Transport
Safe Boating Guide

Transport Canada Safe Boating Approved Guide 2011 - TP51E (links updated Feb. 2018)

2011 FreeCourse.ca Safe Boating Guide Approved Manual.pdf
2014 - Safe Boating guide - Transport Canada
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SafetyAfloat - freecourse.ca - free online course, boating safety course is fully approved and accredited by Transport Canada.
Access to this five-module training course (with practice quizzes at the end of each module) is free of charge.
http://www.safetyafloat.ca/train.php - http://www.freecourse.ca/train.php

Transport Canada
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Human Powered Craft
Human-powered water craft are pleasure craft that are not fitted with a motor.
Operators of these vessels do not need proof of competency, however, the use of human-powered craft is subject to regulations.
Operators of certain types of water craft — including kayaks and canoes — should take special care to ensure that their vessels are visible in the water.

Requirements for human-powered water craft
Proof of competency rules for human-powered craft
Guidance for kayakers and canoeists
Human-powered water craft include any pleasure craft that are operated without a motor: sailboats, sailboards, paddleboards, watercycles, canoes, kayaks, rowboats, and rowing shells.
Human-powered craft are required to carry on board certain safety equipment, as specified in the Small Vessel Regulations and the Transport Canada Safe Boating Guide.
To help ensure that you are following all the rules, schedule a Pleasure Craft Courtesy Check before you set out on the water for the first time.
Proof of competency rules for human-powered craft
You do not need of competency to operate a non-powered pleasure craft, The Competency of Operators of Pleasure Craft Regulations only apply to pleasure craft fitted with a motor, however, if a pleasure craft that does not need a motor is nevertheless fitted with a motor, you need proof of competency to operate it (even when the motor is turned off), m
ake sure you can be seen on the water, even in bright, calm conditions a canoe or kayak can be nearly invisible.
It is especially difficult for power vessel operators riding high in the water to see these vessels.
Choose bright colours such as red, yellow, or orange for your vessel and also for your flotation device, In addition, remember to keep signalling devices within hand’s reach in case of emergency.
Date modified:2017-03-28

Mandatory safety Equipment - OPP
Correct size lifejackets, 15 metre floating rope, Bailing bucket, A sound signaling device, Marine flashlight, Paddle
Canadian Coast Guard - Incident Reporting
Search and Rescue
To report a search and rescue incident or emergency to the Canadian Coast Guard;

The Canadian Coast Guard - Emergency Incident Reporting
Reporting of Marine Occurrences
The Transportation Safety Board (TSB) Regulations, made pursuant to the Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Act, require that the person responsible for the ship e.g. owner, operator, charterer, master, pilot, crew member) in Canadian waters, or a Canadian ship in any waters, report an occurrence (accident or incident) as soon as possible and by the quickest means available.
The information is to be reported to the TSB and this can be accomplished by reporting it via a marine radio station, a Marine Communications and Traffic Services (MCTS) Centre, a vessel traffic services station, a marine radio station operated by the St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation, a Canadian harbour radio station, or by calling the following appropriate TBS Regional Stanby number directly at:
Atlantic Region: 902-471-0820
Central Region: 418-580-3510
Pacific Region: 604-219-2414

Notices to Mariners

Please note that workplace injuries on board vessels must also be reported directly to Transport Canada.
http://www.tsb.gc.ca/eng/incidents-occurrence/marine/index.asp or
Central Region: Address: Place de la Cité / Tour BelleCour 2590, boul. Laurier, bureau 700 Québec, (Québec) G1V 4M6 Phone:418-648-3576 Facsimile:418-648-3656

Report a marine occurrence form in PDF [562 KB]
See Transportation Safety Board Regulations Section 3(3)

The Canadian Coast Guard - Environmental Response - Home - CCG - Environmental Response Mar 10, 2016
These reports must be made in accordance with the Guidelines for Reporting Incidents Involving Dangerous Goods, Harmful Substances
Emergency Numbers, Search and rescue, Marine safety and hazards, Marine pollution

Trenton Search & Rescue | Canada North America | Canadian Forces | Canadian Coast Guard
Aug 24, 2015 - The Trenton Joint Rescue Coordination Centre ( JRCC Trenton), located at CFB Trenton, is the joint Canadian Armed Forces, Canadian Coast Guard - Trenton Search and Rescue Region

The Trenton Search and Rescue Region (SRR) is an area of more than 10 million square kilometres, The bulk of Canada's land mass, plus Hudson's Bay, James Bay, and the Canadian portions of the Great Lakes and the Arctic Ocean.

From Canadian Armed Forces Base Trenton on the shore of Lake Ontario, the Trenton SRR extends east to Québec City and west to the Alberta, British Columbia border. From south to north, it extends from the Canada to United States border to the North Pole.
The Joint Force Air Component Commander, based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, is also the commander of the Trenton SRR.
When a SAR mission must be conducted on land or in the inland waters of the Trenton SRR, except in National Parks, which are federal lands administered by Parks Canada, primary responsibility lies with the government of the province or territory where the incident took place.
Trenton Search and Rescue Region
JRCC Trenton 24-hour emergency numbers; Toll-free (within Canada): 1-800-267-7270 Phone: (613) 965-3870
Search and Rescue - Canadian Armed Forces - Government of Canada website

Parks Canada Contact - Parks Canada National Office, 30 Victoria Street Gatineau, Quebec Canada J8X 0B3
Only General Inquiries:888-773-8888, Only General Inquiries (International):819-420-9486.


Vessel operator cannot show his Pleasure Craft Operator’s card ... $250
Underage operator, including PWC operators under 16 ... $250
Failure to have on board proof of age of operator ... $250
Failure of non-residents to have on board proof of residency ... $250
Insufficient PFDs, /Lifejackets ... $200
Insufficient fire extinguishers ... $200
Careless operation of a vessel ... $200
Removing, tampering with hull ID or capacity plates, etc. ... $200
Placing unauthorized sign restricting boating ... $150
Mooring to authorized signs, altering, defacing, removing ... $150
Failure to remove unauthorized sign ... $150
Failure to maintain an authorized sign ... $150
Operating in contravention of an authorized sign; speeding ... $100
Operate vessel without required equipment in working order ... $100
Operate vessel not meeting prescribed safety standards ... $100
Operate without prescribed equipment bearing official stamp, or label ... $100
All refueling infractions, inside or outside vessel each ... $100
No rigid International flag code a on vessel when diving ... $100
Failure to comply with a Peace Officer ... $100
Licensing of vessel: failure to produce license papers; no hull ID# ... $100
No noise abatement device within 5 miles of shore ... $100
All towing of people infractions: (spotter, seat, after dark,) ... $100
Failure to exhibit proper lights at night or in limited visibility ... $100
Failure to have on board as prescribed for your vessel: 15m heaving line, manual propelling device, bailer; flares, watertight flashlight; sound signaling device; anchor& rode ; ... $100 each infraction

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Pleasure Craft Operator Card
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