The following links will connect you to Marine conditions across Canada ranging from regional weather to ice information.
National marine weather provides accesses to marine forecasts and buoy reports for any region in Canada. Public and marine weather warnings, hurricane information, satellite imagery, 5-day weather and other climate data are available.
The Canadian Ice Service is a world leader in Ice Information Services monitoring sea ice conditions in Canadian waters through aircraft reconnaissance and remote satellite technology. The site features daily ice hazard bulletins and charts, extreme ice event warnings, weekly and monthly analysis of Canadian ice areas, historical ice charts and other facts of interest about ice in Canada.
Marine Pollution is a serious threat. Link to details of how The Government of Canada is committed to protecting its marine wildlife and ocean environments.
Canadian Tide Tables
The Canadian Tide & Current Tables are maintained by the Canadian Hydrographic Service. As of April 30th 2003, the Tidal Predictions Web Site has been revamped to include an increased variety of information on tides, currents and water levels in Canada. Tidal predictions (predicted times and heights) for approximately 700 Canadian locations are available. High and low tides, as well as hourly height values are presented in graphical, tabular and text format for 7 day periods up to a year in advance or within the past year. It is also possible to access water level height information based on data from the CHS permanent network of gauging stations, located throughout the Great Lakes, St. Lawrence River, Hudson Bay as well as the Arctic. These gauges are operated by the Tides, Currents and Water Levels section in CHS Central and Arctic Region.