Striped Bass

The St. Lawrence River Striped Bass: Public Consultation on its Recovery

By Myriam Bourgeois and Alexandra Valentin

Fisheries and Oceans Canada is publishing, for consultation, the Recovery Strategy and Action Plan for the Striped Bass (Morone saxatilis), St. Lawrence River population, in Canada, a proposal developed under the Species at Risk Act to guide the recovery of the river's striped bass.

Beluga whales

Show you care, keep your distance

By Charline Le Mer

Did you know that disturbances related to navigation, even with a small boat, can impact the health and reproduction of beluga whales and the survival of their young?

A man and a woman sitting on the edge of a dock are fishing by hand-line.

Recreational Fishing in Quebec: Why Should You Know About Current Regulations?

By Kristina Takhmi-Joseph

Recreational groundfish fishing in the Saguenay Fjord, Estuary and Gulf of St. Lawrence, which is carried out for pleasure, must be in compliance with the rules.

Belugas swimming near a commercial vessel.

Reducing the Impact of Noise on Marine Mammals at Risk: Share Your Opinion

By Charline Le Mer

The Government of Canada is seeking comments from Canadians until September 22 on the proposed version of the Action Plan to Reduce the Impact of Noise on the Beluga Whale and Other Marine Mammals at Risk in the St. Lawrence Estuary


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