Maps of Declared Areas

These maps were produced by the CFIA for the sole purpose of visually presenting areas of Canada that were assigned a specific aquatic animal disease status for the Domestic Movement Control Program. They are not to be used for any other purpose.

Pacific Ocean | Pacific Ocean North and Pacific Ocean South | British Columbia | British Columbia North | British Columbia South | Yukon | Alberta | Ontario | Quebec | New Brunswick | Prince Edward Island | Nova Scotia | Nova Scotia Mainland | Cape Breton | Newfoundland and Labrador | Atlantic Ocean | Atlantic Ocean Central

Pacific Ocean – map of the declared area for finfish diseases.
Pacific Ocean map. Description follows.
Description of the area identified as Pacific Ocean

The area identified as Pacific Ocean on this map is encompassed by the inner boundary of the territorial sea and the outer limit of the contiguous zone extending from the Dixon Entrance and into the Juan de Fuca Strait.

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This map of the territorial sea and contiguous zone of Canada in the Pacific Ocean has been produced by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and contains Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) data, pursuant to CHS MOU 2014-0110-1260-C.

CHS boundaries and limits data included in this map should not be relied upon for precise positioning, for example without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for navigation, laying cable or pipelines, mooring, anchoring, dredging, trenching or geographic positioning applications.

This map does not meet the requirement of the Charts and Nautical Publications Regulations, 1995 under the Canada Shipping Act, 2001. Official charts and publications, corrected and up-to-date, must be used to meet the requirements of those regulations.

© 2015 Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada
(Canadian Hydrographic Services), all rights reserved.
Use without permission is prohibited.

Pacific Ocean North and Pacific Ocean South – map of the declared areas for molluscan diseases.
Pacific Ocean North and Pacific Ocean South map. Description follows.
Description for Pacific Ocean North and Pacific Ocean South

The area identified as Pacific Ocean North on the map is encompassed by the outer boundary of the contiguous zone and the inner boundary of the territorial sea, extending from Dixon Entrance to the eradication area subdivision boundary with the area identified as Pacific Ocean South on the map.

The area identified as Pacific Ocean South on the map is encompassed by the outer boundary of the contiguous zone and the inner boundary of the territorial sea extending from the Juan de Fuca Strait to the eradication area subdivision boundary with the area identified as Pacific Ocean North on the map.

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This map of the territorial sea and contiguous zone of Canada in the Pacific Ocean has been produced by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and contains Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) data, pursuant to CHS MOU 2014-0110-1260-C.

CHS boundaries and limits data included in this map should not be relied upon for precise positioning, for example without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for navigation, laying cable or pipelines, mooring, anchoring, dredging, trenching or geographic positioning applications.

This map does not meet the requirement of the Charts and Nautical Publications Regulations, 1995 under the Canada Shipping Act, 2001. Official charts and publications, corrected and up-to-date, must be used to meet the requirements of those regulations.

© 2015 Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada
(Canadian Hydrographic Services), all rights reserved.
Use without permission is prohibited.

British Columbia – map of the declared area for finfish diseases.
British Columbia map. Description follows.
Description of the areas for British Columbia

The area identified as British Columbia on the map is the entire province of British Columbia described by its geopolitical boundaries with the territory of Yukon, the Northwest Territories and the province of Alberta, and the United States of America and includes the internal waters of Canada adjacent to British Columbia to the inner boundary of the territorial sea.

The area identified as Arctic Ocean Watershed on the map is that part of the province of British Columbia where the waters drain into the Arctic Ocean encompassed by the province’s geopolitical boundaries with the territory of Yukon, the Northwest Territories and the province of Alberta, and the United States of America, and the watershed boundary within the province of British Columbia that separates the Arctic Ocean Watershed from the Pacific Ocean Watershed.

The area identified as Pacific Ocean Watershed on the map is that part of the province of British Columbia where the waters drain into the Pacific Ocean encompassed by the province’s geopolitical boundaries with Yukon, the province of Alberta and the United States of America, and the watershed boundary within the province of British Columbia that separates the Pacific Ocean Watershed from the Arctic Ocean Watershed, and includes the internal waters of Canada adjacent to British Columbia to the inner boundary of the territorial sea.

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This map of the territorial sea and contiguous zone of Canada in the Pacific Ocean has been produced by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and contains Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) data, pursuant to CHS MOU 2014-0110-1260-C.

CHS boundaries and limits data included in this map should not be relied upon for precise positioning, for example without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for navigation, laying cable or pipelines, mooring, anchoring, dredging, trenching or geographic positioning applications.

This map does not meet the requirement of the Charts and Nautical Publications Regulations, 1995 under the Canada Shipping Act, 2001. Official charts and publications, corrected and up-to-date, must be used to meet the requirements of those regulations.

© 2015 Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada
(Canadian Hydrographic Services), all rights reserved.
Use without permission is prohibited.

British Columbia North – map of the declared area for molluscan diseases.
British Columbia North map. Description follows.
Description for the area identified as British Columbia North

The area identified as British Columbia North on this map is the northern part of the province of British Columbia described by its geopolitical boundaries with the territory of Yukon, the Northwest Territories and the province of Alberta and the United States of America, and the eradication area subdivision boundary that extends from the inner boundary of the territorial sea to the boundary with the province of Alberta, and includes the internal waters adjacent to that part of the province of British Columbia to the inner boundary of the territorial sea.

Copyright information
This map of the territorial sea and contiguous zone of Canada in the Pacific Ocean has been produced by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and contains Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) data, pursuant to CHS MOU 2014-0110-1260-C.

CHS boundaries and limits data included in this map should not be relied upon for precise positioning, for example without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for navigation, laying cable or pipelines, mooring, anchoring, dredging, trenching or geographic positioning applications.

This map does not meet the requirement of the Charts and Nautical Publications Regulations, 1995 under the Canada Shipping Act, 2001. Official charts and publications, corrected and up-to-date, must be used to meet the requirements of those regulations.

© 2015 Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada
(Canadian Hydrographic Services), all rights reserved.
Use without permission is prohibited.

British Columbia South – map of the declared area for molluscan diseases.
British Columbia South map. Description follows.
Description for the area identified as British Columbia South

The area identified as British Columbia South on this map is the southern part of the province of British Columbia described by its geopolitical boundaries with the province of Alberta and the United States of America, the eradication area subdivision boundary that extends from the inner boundary of the territorial sea to the boundary with the province of Alberta, and includes the internal waters adjacent to that part of the province of British Columbia to the inner boundary of the territorial sea.

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This map of the territorial sea and contiguous zone of Canada in the Pacific Ocean has been produced by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and contains Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) data, pursuant to CHS MOU 2014-0110-1260-C.

CHS boundaries and limits data included in this map should not be relied upon for precise positioning, for example without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for navigation, laying cable or pipelines, mooring, anchoring, dredging, trenching or geographic positioning applications.

This map does not meet the requirement of the Charts and Nautical Publications Regulations, 1995 under the Canada Shipping Act, 2001. Official charts and publications, corrected and up-to-date, must be used to meet the requirements of those regulations.

© 2015 Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada
(Canadian Hydrographic Services), all rights reserved.
Use without permission is prohibited.

Yukon – map of the declared areas for finfish diseases.
Yukon map. Description follows.
Description of the areas for Yukon

The area identified as Yukon on the map is the entire territory of Yukon described by its geopolitical boundaries with the province of British Columbia, the Northwest Territories and the United States of America to the lowest tide mark in the Beaufort Sea as described in the official publication of the Canadian Tide and Current Tables.

The area identified as Arctic Ocean Watershed on the map is that part of the territory of Yukon where waters drain into the Arctic Ocean encompassed by the territory’s geopolitical boundaries with the Northwest Territories, the province of British Columbia, and the United States of America, and the watershed boundary within the territory of Yukon that separates the Arctic Ocean Watershed from the Pacific Ocean Watershed to the lowest tide mark in the Beaufort Sea as described in the official publication of the Canadian Tide and Current Tables.

The area identified as Pacific Ocean Watershed on the map is that part of the territory of Yukon where waters drain into the Pacific Ocean and Bering Sea encompassed by the territory’s geopolitical boundaries with the Northwest Territories, the province of British Columbia, and the United States of America, and the watershed boundary within the territory of Yukon that separates the Pacific Ocean Watershed from the Arctic Ocean Watershed.

The area identified as Hour Lake on the map is the entire lake described by its global positioning system (GPS) coordinates that approximates the position of the middle of the lake: latitude 60.0560, longitude -128.6624.

The area identified as Lucky Lake on the map is the entire lake described by its global positioning system (GPS) coordinates that approximates the position of the middle of the lake: latitude 60.0169, longitude -128.5813.

The area identified as Rantin Lake on the map is the entire lake described by its global positioning system (GPS) coordinates that approximates the position of the middle of the lake: latitude 60.0263, longitude -129.0382.

The area identified as Veronica Lake on the map is the entire lake described by its global positioning system (GPS) coordinates that approximates the position of the middle of the lake: latitude 60.0886, longitude -130.3970.

Alberta – map of the declared areas for finfish diseases.
Alberta map. Description follows.
Description of the areas for Alberta

The area identified as Alberta on the map is the entire province of Alberta described by its geopolitical boundaries with the provinces of British Columbia and Saskatchewan, the Northwest Territories and the United States of America, except for that area described as Bow, Oldman and Red Deer River Watersheds.

The area identified as Bow, Oldman and Red Deer River Watersheds on the map is that part of the province of Alberta where waters drain into the Bow River, Oldman River and Red Deer River encompassed by the province's geopolitical boundaries with the province of British Columbia and the United States of America and the watershed boundaries within the province of Alberta that delineates the watersheds of the Bow River, Oldman River and Red Deer River.

Ontario – map of the declared areas for finfish diseases.
Ontario map. Description follows.
Description of the areas for Ontario

The area identified as Ontario on the map is the entire province of Ontario described by its geopolitical boundaries with the provinces of Manitoba and Quebec and with the United States of America to the lowest tide mark in Hudson Bay and James Bay as described in the official publication of the Canadian Tide and Current Tables.

The area identified as Hudson Bay Watershed on the map is that part of the province of Ontario where waters drain into Hudson Bay encompassed by the province’s geopolitical boundaries with the provinces of Manitoba and Quebec and the watershed boundary within the province of Ontario that separates the Hudson Bay Watershed from the Atlantic Ocean Watershed to the lowest tide mark in Hudson Bay and James Bay as described in the official publication of the Canadian Tide and Current Tables.

The area identified as Atlantic Ocean Watershed on the map is that part of the province of Ontario where waters drain into the Atlantic Ocean encompassed by the province’s geopolitical boundaries with the provinces of Manitoba and Quebec and the United States of America and the watershed boundary within the province of Ontario that separates the Atlantic Ocean Watershed from the Hudson Bay Watershed.

Quebec – map of the declared area for finfish and molluscan diseases.
Quebec map. Description follows.
Description for the area identified as Quebec

The area identified as Quebec on the map is the entire province of Quebec described by its geopolitical boundaries with the provinces of Ontario, New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador and with the United States of America to the lowest tide mark in Hudson Bay, Hudson Strait and Ungava Bay as described in the official publication of the Canadian Tide and Current Tables, and includes the internal waters of Canada in the Gulf of St. Lawrence encompassed by the eradication boundary extending from the provincial boundary of Quebec with New Brunswick to the provincial boundary of Quebec with Labrador.

New Brunswick – map of the declared area for finfish and molluscan diseases.
New Brunswick map. Description follows.
Description for the area identified as New Brunswick

The area identified as New Brunswick on the map is the province of New Brunswick described by its geopolitical boundaries with the provinces of Quebec and Nova Scotia and with the United States of America, and includes the internal waters of Canada adjacent to the province of New Brunswick in Chaleur Bay, the Gulf of St. Lawrence and Northumberland Strait encompassed by the provincial boundary with Quebec and the eradication area boundary extending from the provincial boundary with Quebec to the provincial boundary with Nova Scotia, and the internal waters in the Bay of Fundy encompassed by the provincial boundary with Nova Scotia and the inner boundary of the territorial sea.

Copyright information
This map of the territorial sea and contiguous zone of Canada in the Atlantic Ocean has been produced by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and contains Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) data, pursuant to CHS MOU 2014-0110-1260-C.

CHS boundaries and limits data included in this map should not be relied upon for precise positioning, for example without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for navigation, laying cable or pipelines, mooring, anchoring, dredging, trenching or geographic positioning applications.

This map does not meet the requirement of the Charts and Nautical Publications Regulations, 1995 under the Canada Shipping Act, 2001. Official charts and publications, corrected and up-to-date, must be used to meet the requirements of those regulations.

© 2015 Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada
(Canadian Hydrographic Services), all rights reserved.
Use without permission is prohibited.

Prince Edward Island – map of the declared area for finfish and molluscan diseases.
Prince Edward Island map. Description follows.
Description for the area identified as Prince Edward Island

The area identified as Prince Edward Island on the map is the province of Prince Edward Island including the internal waters of Canada adjacent to Prince Edward Island in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and Northumberland Strait that is encompassed by the eradication area boundary.

Nova Scotia – map of the declared area for finfish diseases.
Nova Scotia map. Description follows.
Description for the area identified as Nova Scotia

The area identified as Nova Scotia on the map is the province of Nova Scotia described by its geopolitical boundary with the province of New Brunswick and includes the internal waters of Canada adjacent to Nova Scotia in the Bay of Fundy encompassed by the provincial boundary with New Brunswick, the inner boundary of the territorial sea and the eradication area boundary in the Cabot Strait, Gulf of St. Lawrence and Northumberland Strait.

Copyright information

This map of the territorial sea and contiguous zone of Canada in the Atlantic Ocean has been produced by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and contains Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) data, pursuant to CHS MOU 2014-0110-1260-C.

CHS boundaries and limits data included in this map should not be relied upon for precise positioning, for example without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for navigation, laying cable or pipelines, mooring, anchoring, dredging, trenching or geographic positioning applications.

This map does not meet the requirement of the Charts and Nautical Publications Regulations, 1995 under the Canada Shipping Act, 2001. Official charts and publications, corrected and up-to-date, must be used to meet the requirements of those regulations.

© 2015 Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada
(Canadian Hydrographic Services), all rights reserved.
Use without permission is prohibited.

Nova Scotia Mainland – map of the declared area for molluscan diseases.
Nova Scotia Mainland map. Description follows.
Description for the area identified as Nova Scotia Mainland

The area identified as Nova Scotia Mainland on the map is the continental part of the province of Nova Scotia described by its geopolitical boundary with the province of New Brunswick and includes the internal waters of Canada adjacent to Nova Scotia in the Bay of Fundy encompassed by the provincial boundary with New Brunswick, the inner boundary of the territorial sea and the eradication area boundary in the Strait of Canso, Gulf of St. Lawrence and Northumberland Strait.

Copyright information
This map of the territorial sea and contiguous zone of Canada in the Atlantic Ocean has been produced by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and contains Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) data, pursuant to CHS MOU 2014-0110-1260-C.

CHS boundaries and limits data included in this map should not be relied upon for precise positioning, for example without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for navigation, laying cable or pipelines, mooring, anchoring, dredging, trenching or geographic positioning applications.

This map does not meet the requirement of the Charts and Nautical Publications Regulations, 1995 under the Canada Shipping Act, 2001. Official charts and publications, corrected and up-to-date, must be used to meet the requirements of those regulations.

© 2015 Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada
(Canadian Hydrographic Services), all rights reserved.
Use without permission is prohibited.

Cape Breton – map of the declared area for molluscan diseases.
Cape Breton map. Description follows.
Description of the areas of Cape Breton

The area identified as Cape Breton West on the map is the western part of the island of Cape Breton and includes the internal waters of Canada in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the Strait of Canso adjacent to that part of Cape Breton.

The area identified as Cape Breton East on the map is the eastern part of the island of Cape Breton and includes the internal waters of Canada in the Bras d’Or Lake, Strait of Canso, Atlantic Ocean and Cabot Strait adjacent to that part of Cape Breton.

Copyright information
This map of the territorial sea and contiguous zone of Canada in the Atlantic Ocean has been produced by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and contains Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) data, pursuant to CHS MOU 2014-0110-1260-C.

CHS boundaries and limits data included in this map should not be relied upon for precise positioning, for example without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for navigation, laying cable or pipelines, mooring, anchoring, dredging, trenching or geographic positioning applications.

This map does not meet the requirement of the Charts and Nautical Publications Regulations, 1995 under the Canada Shipping Act, 2001. Official charts and publications, corrected and up-to-date, must be used to meet the requirements of those regulations.

© 2015 Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada
(Canadian Hydrographic Services), all rights reserved.
Use without permission is prohibited.

Newfoundland and Labrador – map of the declared area for finfish and molluscan diseases.
Newfoundland map. Description follows.
Description for the area identified as Newfoundland and Labrador

The area identified as Newfoundland and Labrador on the map is the entire province of Newfoundland and Labrador encompassed by the geopolitical boundary of Labrador with Quebec and includes the internal waters of Canada adjacent to the province encompassed by the inner boundary of the territorial sea and the eradication area boundary extending through the Gulf of St. Lawrence and Cabot Strait.

Copyright information
This map of the territorial sea and contiguous zone of Canada in the Atlantic Ocean has been produced by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and contains Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) data, pursuant to CHS MOU 2014-0110-1260-C.

CHS boundaries and limits data included in this map should not be relied upon for precise positioning, for example without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for navigation, laying cable or pipelines, mooring, anchoring, dredging, trenching or geographic positioning applications.

This map does not meet the requirement of the Charts and Nautical Publications Regulations, 1995 under the Canada Shipping Act, 2001. Official charts and publications, corrected and up-to-date, must be used to meet the requirements of those regulations.

© 2015 Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada
(Canadian Hydrographic Services), all rights reserved.
Use without permission is prohibited.

Atlantic Ocean – map of the declared area for finfish diseases.
Atlantic Ocean map. Description follows.
Description for the area identified as Atlantic Ocean

The area identified as Atlantic Ocean on this map is encompassed by the inner boundary of the territorial sea and the outer boundary of the contiguous zone extending from the Bay of Fundy into the Labrador Sea to the geopolitical boundary of Labrador with Quebec.

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This map of the territorial sea and contiguous zone of Canada in the Atlantic Ocean has been produced by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and contains Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) data, pursuant to CHS MOU 2014-0110-1260-C.

CHS boundaries and limits data included in this map should not be relied upon for precise positioning, for example without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for navigation, laying cable or pipelines, mooring, anchoring, dredging, trenching or geographic positioning applications.

This map does not meet the requirement of the Charts and Nautical Publications Regulations, 1995 under the Canada Shipping Act, 2001. Official charts and publications, corrected and up-to-date, must be used to meet the requirements of those regulations.

© 2015 Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada
(Canadian Hydrographic Services), all rights reserved.
Use without permission is prohibited.

Atlantic Ocean Central – map of the declared area for mollusc diseases.
Atlantic Ocean Central map. Description follows.
Description for the area identified as Atlantic Ocean Central

The area identified as Atlantic Ocean Central on this map is encompassed by the inner boundary of the territorial sea and the outer boundary of the contiguous zone and its boundaries with the areas identified as Atlantic Ocean on the map.

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This map showing the territorial sea and contiguous zone taken together of Canada in the Atlantic Ocean has been produced by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and contains Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) data, pursuant to CHS MOU 2014-0110-1260-C.

CHS boundaries and limits data included in this map should not be relied upon for precise positioning, for example without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for navigation, laying cable or pipelines, mooring, anchoring, dredging, trenching or geographic positioning applications.

This map does not meet the requirement of the Charts and Nautical Publications Regulations, 1995 under the Canada Shipping Act, 2001. Official charts and publications, corrected and up-to-date, must be used to meet the requirements of those regulations.

© 2015 Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada
(Canadian Hydrographic Services), all rights reserved.
Use without permission is prohibited.

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