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Atlantic Pilotage Authority Annual Report 2020


by Atlantic Pilotage Authority - published on 12 May 2021 174 -

The Atlantic Pilotage Authority has released its Annual Report 2020.

The Pilotage Act has defined the Atlantic Pilotage Authority’s area of operation as all the Canadian waters in and around the provinces of New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland and Labrador, as indicated on the map. Within this region, the Authority has designated 17 compulsory pilotage areas.
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