Part 1 Foreword

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1.1 Advance Notices

In order for mariners to have advance knowledge of proposed changes to existing facilities, all additions, deletions and changes to such facilities under the jurisdiction of the Canadian Coast Guard are listed below. Effective dates of changes and dates for the commissioning of new facilities are extremely hard to forecast due to difficulties in obtaining materials and are subject to the provision of necessary funds. Every effort will be made to amend dates as far in advance as possible. A Notice to Mariners will be issued for all changes to facilities and the commissioning of new facilities.

1.1.1 The Radio Aids to Marine Navigation Annual Publications

Effective April 1, 2013, the CCG has ceased the printing of its "Radio Aids to Marine Navigation" annual publications. The publications will continue to be available online, free of charge, at: http://www.ccg-gcc.gc.ca/eng/CCG/Information_for_Mariners.

The "Radio Aids to Marine Navigation" annual publications are updated each April. Amendments will continue to be advertised by radio broadcast (Notices to Shipping) and/or issued on a monthly basis, when required, in "Notices to Mariners", Section 3. The "Notices to Mariners" publication is available online, free of charge, at: http://www.notmar.gc.ca.

Every ship station fitted on a Canadian ship or on a non-Canadian ship engaged in the coasting trade of Canada, pursuant to the Ship Station (Radio) Regulations 1999, and all ships in waters under Canadian jurisdiction, pursuant to the Charts and Nautical Publications Regulations, 1995, are required to carry the most recent applicable edition of "Radio Aids to Marine Navigation".

1.1.2 Ship Radio Inspections

Owners and masters of Canadian vessels are advised that Transport Canada has delegated the authority to issue radio inspection certificates to Recognized Organizations under the Delegation Statutory Inspection Program. Vessels enrolled in the Delegation Statutory Inspection Program, as well as classed ships, are encouraged to contact a Recognized Organization for their radio inspection required by regulations under the Canada Shipping Act, 2001. Currently, the Recognized Organizations are: the American Bureau of Shipping; Bureau Veritas; Det Norske Veritas; Germanischer Lloyd; and, Lloyd’s Register. This is in addition to the CCG, who continues to also have delegated authority for this function.

1.1.3 The Canadian Forces Fleet MetOc Broadcast Service

The Canadian Forces Fleet MetOc Broadcast service (radioteletype and radiofacsimile) was placed in abeyance effective September 2, 2010. The Canadian Forces Fleet MetOc Broadcast may be reinstated and ceased without warning as necessitated by military operational requirements. When notified, Marine Communications and Traffic Services (MCTS) will issue a Notice to Shipping concerning reinstatement or cessation of this service.

1.1.4 Avoid Collision with Right Whales – Atlantic Ocean

North Atlantic Right Whales are the most endangered large whale in the world; about 350 remain. They are slow swimmers, seldom moving faster than 3-5 knots. They may stay submerged for 10 to 20 minutes and are seen alone or in small groups. If you spot one Right Whale, there may be more in the area.

Please report all sightings of Right Whales in Canada to the CCG via VHF Ch 16 and in the Bay of Fundy contact Fundy Traffic VHF Ch 14. They are difficult to see and might be oblivious to vessels – please avoid approaching them closely.

For more details, visit: http://sararegistry.gc.ca/species/speciesDetails_e.cfm?sid=780.

Note

Roseway Basin Seasonal Area is to be avoided. In order to significantly reduce the risk of ship strikes of the highly endangered North Atlantic Right Whale, it is recommended that ships of 300 tons gross tonnage and upwards in transit during the period of June 1st through December 31st should avoid this area.

1.2 Canadian Maritime Mobile Safety and Public Correspondence Communication Frequencies

The frequencies listed on the following pages are those in general use by ships in Canadian waters for inter-ship communications and for ship/shore communications with MCTS operated by the CCG.

Part 2 of this publication contains individual listings for MCTS Centres operated by the CCG, giving details of the communication and special services provided to ships.

On the following pages are frequency lists, including the geographical areas of use:

  1. Newfoundland and Labrador;
  2. Atlantic Coast, Gulf and St. Lawrence River up to and including Montréal;
  3. Great Lakes (including St. Lawrence above Montréal);
  4. Arctic;
  5. Athabasca and Mackenzie Inland Waterways, and
  6. Pacific Coast

Table 1-1 - Maritime Mobile Safety and Communication Frequencies MF/HF

Maritime Mobile Safety and Communication Frequencies MF/HF
Carrier Frequency
(kHz)
(Ship)
Carrier Frequency
(kHz)
(Coast)
ChannelClass of
Emission
CCG Area(s)
in Use
Remarks
4146 4146   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
4147 4147   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
4177.5 4177.5   F1B d,e International Distress/Safety (NBDP).
4207.5 4207.5   F1B d, e International Distress/Safety (DSC).
  4292   J3C d, e Radiofacsimile
  4363   J3E d, e CCG MSI
  4416   J3C b Radiofacsimile
4417     J3E   Call/Reply
5680 5680   J3E a, b, c, d, e, f International SAR Communications Coordination.
5803 5803   J3E e Distress/Safety Calling/Reply. CCG MSI.
6200 6501 601 J3E d, e Public Correspondence.
6206 6507 603 J3E a, b, d Public Correspondence. CCG MSI.
6212 6513 605 J3E a, b, d Public Correspondence.
6215 6215 606 J3E a, b, c, d, e, f International Distress/Safety. Call/Reply.
  6218.6   J3E e CCG MSI.
6224 6224   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
6227 6227   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
6230 6230   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
6268 6268   F1B d, e International Distress/Safety (NBDP).
6312 6312   F1B d, e International Distress/Safety (DSC).
6516     J3E   Call/Reply (daytime use only).
  6915.1   J3C b Radiofacsimile
  7710   J3C d Radiofacsimile
8228 8752 812 J3E d, e Public Correspondence.
8255 8255   J3E   International Distress/Safety. Call/Reply.
8261 8785 823 J3E   Public Correspondence.
8267 8791 825 J3E   Public Correspondence.
8270 8794 826 J3E   Public Correspondence.
8291 8291   J3E d International Distress/Safety (RT).
8294 8284   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
8297 8297   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
8376.5 8376.5   F1B d, e International Distress/Safety (NBDP).
8414.5 8414.5   F1B d, e International Distress/Safety (DSC).
  8416.5   F1B d, e International MSI Broadcast (NBDP).
  8456   J3C d, e Radiofacsimile
  490   F1B a, b, c, d National NAVTEX Service (French).
  518   F1B a, b, c, d. f International NAVTEX Service (English).
2003     J3E b Intership
2040     J3E f Intership – pleasure craft.
  2054   J3E f CCG MSI.
2065 2065   J3E a, b, c, f Private Ship/Shore.
2079 2079   J3E a, b, c, f Private Ship/Shore.
2082.5     J3E a, b, c, d, e, f Intership
2093 2093   J3E a, b, c. f Private Ship/Shore.
2100     J3E   Government use only.
2103.5     J3E   Government use only.
2118 2514   J3E a, b, d, e Public Correspondence.
2142 2558   J3E a, d, e Public Correspondence.
2173.5     F1B   International Distress/Safety (NBDP).
2182 2182   J3E a, b, d, f International Distress/Safety (RT). Call/Reply.
2187.5 2187.5   G2B   International Distress/Safety (DSC).
2237     J3E a, b Intership – Commercial, other than fishing vessels.
2313     J3E f Intership – Fishing vessels.
  2598   J3E a, b CCG MSI.
2340 2458   J3E   Public Correspondence.
2366     J3E d, e, f Intership – other than fishing vessels.
  2514   J3E a, b, d, e CCG MSI.
  2582   J3E a, b, d CCG MSI.
2638     J3E a, b, d Intership
2738     J3E a, b, d Intership
2815 2530   J3E b Public Correspondence.
  2749   J3E b CCG MSI.
  3253   J3C d Radiofacsimile
3023 3023   J3E a, b, c, d, e, f International SAR Communication and Coordination.
4071 4363 403 J3E d, e Public Correspondence.
4083 4375 407 J3E a, b, d Public Correspondence.
4086 4378 408 J3E a, b Public Correspondence.
4101 4393 413 J3E a, b Public Correspondence.
4116 4408 418 J3E a, b Public Correspondence.
4125 4125 421 J3E a, b, c, d, e, f International Distress/Safety (Radiotelephony). Call/Reply.
12230 13077 1201 J3E d, e Public Correspondence.
12290 12290 1221 J3E d International Distress/Safety. Call/Reply.
12353 12353   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
12356 12356   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
12359 12359   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
12362 12362   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
12365 12365   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
12520 12520   F1B d, e International Distress/Safety (NBDP).
12577 12577   F1B d, e International Distress/Safety (DSC).
16369 17251 1604 J3E a, b Public Correspondence.
16420 16420 1621 J3E d International Distress/Safety. Call/Reply.
16528 16528   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
16531 16531   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
16534 16534   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
16537 16537   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
16540 16540   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
16543 16543   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
16546 16546   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
16459 17341 1634 J3E   Public Correspondence.
16695 16695   F1B d, e International Distress/Safety (NBDP).
16804.5 16804.5   F1B d, e International Distress/Safety (DSC).
18795 18795 1806     International Distress/Safety. Call/Reply.
18825 18825   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
18828 18828   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
18831 18831   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
18834 18834   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
18837 18837   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
18840 18840   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
18843 18843   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
22060 22060 2221 J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
22159 22159   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
22162 22162   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
22165 22165   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
22168 22168   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
22171 22171   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
22174 22174   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
22177 22177   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
22036 22732 2213 J3E   Public Correspondence.
25097 25097 2510 J3E   Distress/Safety Communications. Call/Reply.
25100 25100   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
25103 25103   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
25106 25106   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
25109 25109   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
25112 25112   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
25115 25115   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.
25118 25118   J3E   Ship/Shore and Intership Communication.

Note

The assigned frequency is 1.4 kHz higher than the carrier frequency.
Please refer to Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada's RBR-2 for more details.

Table 1-2 - Maritime Mobile Safety and Communication Frequencies VHF

Maritime Mobile Safety and Communication Frequencies VHF
Channel DesignatorFrequencies
MHz
(ship)
Frequencies
MHz (coast)
Class of EmissionAreas
Used
Remarks
60 156.025 160.625      
01 156.050 160.650      
1001 156.050 156.050      
61 156.075 160.675 F3E a, b, d, f DFO/CCG liaison. Commercial fishing.
02 156.100 160.700   f Public Correspondence.
62 156.125 160.725 F3E a, b, d, f DFO/CCG liaison. Commercial fishing.
03 156.150 160.750      
63 156.175 160.775      
1063 156.175 156.175      
04 156.200 160.800 F3E a, f DFO/CCG liaison. Commercial fishing.
64 156.225 160.825      
05 156.250 160.850      
1005 156.250 156.250 F3E f VTS
65 156.275 160.875      
1065 156.275 156.275      
06 156.300 156.300 F3E a, b, c, d, e, f SAR/Safety Communications between ships and aircraft. Intership.
2006 160.900 160.900 G2B   Experimental – AIS Systems.
66 156.325 160.925      
1066 156.325 156.325 F3E    
07 156.350 160.950      
1007 156.350 156.350 F3E    
67 156.375 156.375 F3E    
08 156.400 156.400 F3E    
68 156.425 156.425 F3E    
09 156.450 156.450 F3E b, f VTS. Intership.
69 156.475 156.475 F3E    
10 156.500 156.500 F3E b, c, f VTS. Intership.
70 156.525 156.525 G2B a, b, c, d1, f International Distress and Safety (DSC).
11 156.550 156.550 F3E a, b, c, f VTS. Pilotage.
71 156.575 156.575 F3E a, b, c, e, f VTS
12 156.600 156.600 F3E b, c, f VTS. Port Operations. Pilotage.
72 156.625   F3E    
13 156.650 156.650 F3E a, b, c, f VTS. Bridge to Bridge navigational traffic.
73 156.675 156.675 F3E    
14 156.700 156.700 F3E b, c, f VTS. Port Operations. Pilotage.
74 156.725 156.725 F3E a, b, c, f VTS
15 156.750 156.750 F3E    
75 156.775 156.775 F3E    
16 156.800 156800 F3E a, b, c, d, e, f International Distress and Safety (RT).
76 156.825 156.825 F3E    
17 156.850 156.850 F3E    
77 156.875 156.875 F3E    
18 156.900 161.500 F3E    
1018 156.900 156.900 F3E    
78 156.925 161.525 F3E    
1078 156.925 156.925 F3E   Intership for fishing vessels.
2078   161.525 F3E    
19 156.950 161.550 F3E a, b, c, d, e, f CCG MSI Broadcasts.
1019 156.950   F3E a, b, c, d, f DFO/CCG liaison.
2019   161.550 F3E    
79 156.975 161.575 F3E    
1079 156.975 156.975 F3E    
2079   161.575 F3E    
20 157.000 161.600 F3E    
1020 157.00 157.000 F3E    
2020   161.600 F3E    
80 157.025 161.625 F3E    
1080 157.025 157.025 F3E    
21 157.050 161.650 F3E a, b, c, f CCG CMB.
1021 157.050   F3E a, b, c, f DFO/CCG liaison.
81 157.075 161.675 F3E    
22 157.100 161.700 F3E    
1022 157.100   F3E a, b, c, d, e, f DFO/CCG liaison.
82 157.125 161.725 F3E   DFO/CCG liaison.
23 157.150 161.750 F3E a, b, c Public Correspondence.
1023   161.750 F3E c CCG CMB.
83 157.175 161.775 F3E a, b, c, f CCG MSI Broadcast.
1083 157.175   F3E a, b, c, f DFO/CCG liaison.
24 157.200 161.800 F3E b, c Public Correspondence.
1024 157.200   F3E    
2024 161.800 161.800 G2B   VDES
84 157.225 161.825 F3E b, c, f Public Correspondence.
1084 157.225   F3E    
2084 161.825 161.825 G2B   VDES
25 157.250 161.850 F3E a, b, c CCG MSI Broadcast. Public Correspondence.
1025 157.250   F3E    
2025 161.850 161.850 G2B   VDES
85 157.275 161.875 F3E a, b, c, d, e, f Public Correspondence.
1085 157.275   F3E   CCG CMB.
2085   161.875 G2B   VDES
26 157.300 161.900 F3E a, b, c, d, e, f CCG MSI Broadcast. Public Correspondence.
1026 157.300   F3E    
2026   161.900 F3E    
86 157.325 161.925 F3E    
1086 157.325   F3E    
2086   161.925 F3E    
27 157.350 161.950 F3E b, c Public Correspondence.
1027 157.350 157.350 F3E   CCG CMB.
2027 161.950 161.950 G2B   ASM-1 (effective 01/2019).
87 157.375 157.375 F3E a, b, c Port operations. Ship movement.
28 157.400 162.000 F3E    
1028 157.350   F3E   CCG MSI Broadcast.
2028 162.000 162.000 G2B c ASM-2 (effective 01/2019).
88 157.425 157.425 F3E a, b, c Port Operations. Ship movement.
87B 161.975 161.975 G2B a, b, c, f AIS-1.
88B 162.025 162.025 G2B a, b, c AIS-2.
WX2   162.400 F3E c CCG CMB.
WX3   162.475 F3E c CCG CMB.
WX1   162.550 F3E c CCG CMB.

Notes

Reference VHF:
“A” following a channel number means Simplex Operation on the ship station transmitting frequency.
“B” following a channel number means ship stations receive only on the higher coast station transmission frequency.

Footnote 1

Iqaluit MCTS Centre – during navigational season.

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1.3 General Information on MCTS Listings

  1. Transmit and receive frequencies are listed in kHz and MHz, where applicable.
  2. The numbered areas mentioned in the remarks column of centres providing communications and special services are shown on the marine weather forecasts maps, and are listed in detail under the heading “Weather Forecast Areas" in Part 5.
  3. Frequencies for which the J3E single sideband modes of emission are shown in the MCTS Centre listings are designated by the carrier frequencies. The assigned frequencies are 1.4 kHz higher than the carrier frequencies listed. (This note also applies to the medium and high radiotelephone frequencies listed in the “Canadian Maritime Mobile Safety and Public Correspondence Communication Frequencies", Section 1.2).

Table 1-3 - Legend for MCTS Centre Listings

Legend for MCTS Centre Listings
Abbreviation/AcronymExplanation
AIS Automatic Identification System
ASM Application Specific Messaging
CMB Continuous Marine Broadcast
DF Direction Finding
DFO/CCG Department of Fisheries and Oceans/Canadian Coast Guard
DSC Digital Selective Calling
F1B Radioteletype
F3E Radiotelephony, Frequency Modulation
G2B Phase modulation, digital information, automatic reception.
H+ This symbol followed by a number indicates minutes past the hour.
HF NBDP High Frequency Narrow-Band Direct-Printing Telegraphy
J3C Facsimile – Single-Sideband, Suppressed Carrier
J3E Radiotelephony – Single-Sideband, Suppressed Carrier
MCTS Marine Communications and Traffic Services
MMSI Maritime Mobile Service Identity
MSI Maritime Safety Information (Weather/Ice/Navigational Warnings)
NAVTEX Narrow Band Direct Printing telegraphy
NOTSHIP Notice to Shipping – Refer to Part 4
RT Radiotelephony
SC Ship Control (Canal and Locks Operations)
UTC Coordinated Universal Time
VDES VHF Data Exchange System (pending development)
VTS Vessel Traffic Services

1.4 Telephone/Facsimile/ Telex Directory

Table 1-4 - Telephone/Facsimile/ Telex Directory

Telephone/Facsimile/Telex Directory
ServiceTelephone NumberFacsimile NumberTelex NumberAnswer Back CodeMMSI
MCTS Centre (call sign)
Halifax, N.S. (VCS) 902-426-9750 902-426-4483 2101922510   003160016
Iqaluit, Nvt. (VFF)
Service available in English and in French.
867-979-5269 East
867-979-0310 West
867-979-4264 063-15529 NORDREG CDA 003160023
Labrador, (Goose Bay) N.L. (VOK) 709-896-2252 709-896-8455     003160022
Les Escoumins, Que. (VCF)
Service available in English and in French.
418-233-2194 418-233-3299     003160026
Placentia, N.L. (VCP) 709-227-2181
709-227-2182
709-227-5637     003160019
Port aux Basques, N.L. (VOJ)
Service available in English and in French.
709-695-2167 709-695-7784     003160018
Prescott, Ont. (VBR)
Service available in English and in French.
613-925-4471 613-925-4519     003160029
Québec, Que (VCC)
Service available in English and in French.
418-648-4427 418-648-7244     003160027
Sarnia, Ont. (VBE) 519-336-4003 519-336-0229     003160030
Sydney, N.S. (VCO)
-Service available in English and in French.
902-564-7751
1-800-686-8676
902-564-7662     003160017
Prince Rupert, B.C. (VAJ) 250-627-3081 North
250-627-3082 South
250-624-9075     003160013
Victoria, B.C. (VAK) 250-363-6611 250-363-6556     003160011
ECAREG CANADA
Dartmouth, N.S. 902-426-4956 902-426-4483      
Les Escoumins, Que.
-Service available in English and in French.
418-233-3483 418-233-3299      
NORDREG CANADA
Iqaluit, Nvt.
Operational from approximately mid-May until late December.
867-979-5724 867-979-4264 063-15529 NORDREG CDA 003160023
Prescott, Ont.
Operational from approximately late December until mid-May.
613-925-4471 613-925-4519      
VTS Offshore
Prince Rupert, B.C. 250-627-3071        
NAVAREA XVII and XVIII
Prescott, Ont. 613-925-0666 613-925-4519      

1.5 Joint Rescue Coordination Centre (JRCC)/Maritime Rescue Sub-Centre (MRSC)

JRCC Halifax, Nova Scotia

Service available in English and in French

Telephone:

1-800-565-1582 Maritimes Region
1-800-563-2444 Newfoundland & Labrador Region
902-427-8200 Satellite, Local or out of area

Facsimile: 902-427-2114

Email: jrcchalifax@sarnet.dnd.ca

MRSC Québec, Quebec

Service available in English and in French

Telephone:

1-800-463-4393 Quebec Region
418-648-3599 Satellite, Local or out of area

Facsimile: 418-648-3614

Email: mrscqbc@dfo-mpo.gc.ca

JRCC Trenton, Ontario

Telephone:

1-800-267-7270 In Canada
613-965-3870 Satellite, Local or out of area

Facsimile: 613-965-7279

Email: jrcctrenton@sarnet.dnd.ca

JRCC Victoria, British Columbia

Telephone:

1-800-567-5111 British Columbia and Yukon
250-413-8933 Satellite, Local or out of area

Email: jrccvictoria@sarnet.dnd.ca

 

1.6 Icebreaking Services

Ice Atlantic

Telephone: 709-772-2078

Ice Montreal

Telephone: 1-855-201-0086/
US-Canada line: 1-844-672-8037

Facsimile: 514-283-1752

1.7 Regional Office Addresses

Atlantic Region

Regional Superintendent
Marine Communications and Traffic Services
Canadian Coast Guard
P.O. Box 1000
Dartmouth  NS  B2Y 3Z8

Telephone: 902-426-3797

Central and Arctic Region

Service available in English and in French

Regional Superintendent
Marine Communications and Traffic Services
Canadian Coast Guard
101 Champlain Boulevard
Québec QC  G1K 7Y7

Telephone: 418-648-5522
Facsimile: 418-648-4877

Western Region

Regional Superintendent
Marine Communications and Traffic Services
Canadian Coast Guard
Victoria Coast Guard Base
25 Huron Street
Victoria  BC  V8V 4V9

Telephone: 250-363-8904 (Regional Administrative Assistant)

Email: mcts@dfo-mpo.gc.ca

 

1.8 Regional Notices to Shipping (NOTSHIP) Issuing Authorities

Port aux Basques MCTS Centre

Service available in English and in French

Canadian Coast Guard
49 Stadium Rd.
P.O. Box 99
Port aux Basques  NL  A0M 1C0

Telephone: 709-695-2168 or 1-800-563-9089
Facsimile: 709-695-7784

Email: notshippax@dfo-mpo.gc.ca

Sydney MCTS Centre

Service available in English and in French

Canadian Coast Guard
1190 Westmount Road
Sydney  NS  B1R 2J6

Telephone: 902-564-7751 or 1-800-686-8676
Facsimile: 902-564-7662

Email: notshipssyd@mar.dfo-mpo.gc.ca

Les Escoumins MCTS Centre

Service available in English and in French

Canadian Coast Guard
35 rue Otis
Les Escoumins  QC  G0T 1K0

Telephone: 418-233-2308
Facsimile: 418-233-3299

Email: opsavis@dfo-mpo.gc.ca
Website: http://www.marinfo.gc.ca/en/avisecrits/index.asp

Iqaluit MCTS Centre

Operational from approximately mid-May until late December
Service available in English and in French

Canadian Coast Guard
P.O. Box 189
Iqaluit  NU  X0A 0H0

“A” Series NOTSHIPs
Telephone: 867-979-5269
Facsimile: 867-979-4264

Email: IqaNordreg@innav.gc.ca
Website: http://www.ccg-gcc.gc.ca/eng/CCG/Notship-Home

“H” Series NOTSHIPs
Telephone:867-979-0310
Facsimile: 867-979-4264

Email: Iqamck01@innav.gc.ca
Website: http://www.ccg-gcc.gc.ca/eng/CCG/Notship-Home

Prescott MCTS Centre

Service available in English and in French

Canadian Coast Guard
401 King Street West
P.O. Box 1000
Prescott  ON  K0E 1T0

“C” Series NOTSHIPs
Telephone: 613-925-0666
Facsimile: 613-925-4519

Email: CA.XCA-NotshipDesk@dfo-mpo.gc.ca
Website: http://www.ccg-gcc.gc.ca/eng/CCG/Notship-Home

MCTS Western Regional Office

Canadian Coast Guard
Institute of Ocean Sciences
P.O. Box 6000
9860 West Saanich Rd.
Sidney  BC V8L 4B2

Telephone: 250-363-8904 (Regional Administrative Assistant)

Email: NOTSHIP.Western@innav.gc.ca