The Canadian Coast Guard Aids to Navigation program is responsible for facilitating the safe movement of marine traffic and assessing regional aids to navigation in order to ensure their proper functioning in order meet established levels of service. Aids to Navigation can either be fixed or floating, and include buoys, lighthouses, light towers, daybeacons, or leading line markers. In this context, the Aids to Navigation program will be conducting a Level of Service review for the Bay of Quinte area to ensure that it is meeting its service requirements in Summer 2023.

At this time, the program is seeking feedback from Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte in the form of a survey. The link to the survey can be found here: A PDF version can be viewed and downloaded below:

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A map of the Aids to Navigation in the Bay of Quinte area can be found below as well.