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Table of Content

(Reporting period: April 1, 2006 to March 31, 2007)

Message, from the Director General, Fleet, Canadian Coast Guard

1 Serving Canadians

2 Our People
3 Our Vessels and Helicopters

4 Our Services to Clients

5 Measuring Performance

6 Our Operational and Financial Planning
7 Looking Forward
8 Management Contacts

Reference List

List of Acronyms

ACV Air Cushion Vehicle
AWS Aids and Waterways Services
C&A Central and Arctic Region
CCG Canadian Coast Guard
DFO Department of Fisheries and Oceans
DND Department of National Defence
ER Environmental Response
FAM Fisheries and Aquaculture Management
JRCC Joint Rescue Coordination Centre
MA Maritimes Region
MCTS Marine Communications and Traffic Services
MS Maritime Security
MSET Maritime Security Enforcement Team
NAFO Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization
NCC National Coordination Centre
NL Newfoundland and Labrador Region
OGD Other Government Departments and Agencies
PA Pacific Region
QC Quebec Region
RCMP Royal Canadian Mounted Police
ROC Regional Operations Centre
SAR Search and Rescue
SSMS Safety and Security Management System

List of Figure

Figure 1: Fleet Regional Operations Centres

List of Graphs

Graph 1: Distribution of Fleet Clients, 2006-2007 (% of Operational Days)
Graph 2: Service to Aids and Waterways, 2002-2003 to 2006-2007
(# of Operational Days)
Graph 3: Service to Icebreaking by Zone, 2006-2007 (% of Operational Days)
Graph 4: Service to Maritime Security, 2004-2005 to 2006-2007
(# of Operational Days)
Graph 5: Service by Science Programs, 2006-2007 (% of Operational Days)
Graph 6: Service to Other Government Departments and Agencies, 2002-2003 to 2006-2007 (# of Operational Days)
Graph 7: Trend of Reported Incidents by 365 days, 2004-2005 to 2006-2007
(# of Operational Days)
Graph 8: Service Delivered versus Planned by Fleet Clients, 2006-2007 (%)
Graph 9: Multitasking Trend, 2002-2003 to 2006-2007 (%)

List of Tables

Table 1: Snapshot of Seagoing Personnel Statistics as of October 2006
Table 2: Number of Vessels and Helicopters by Type in 2006-2007
Table 3: Age of CCG Vessels in 2006-2007
Table 4: Days delivered and Percentage of Service by Search and Rescue Activity, 2006-2007
Table 5: Service to Fisheries and Aquaculture Management by patrol type,
2006-2007 (% of Operational Days)
Table 6: Top 5 of Reasons for Operational Delays, 2006-2007
Table 7: Operational State of Vessels, 2006-2007 (%)
Table 8: Unplanned Maintenance of Vessels, 2002-2003 to 2006-2007
Table 9: Fleet National Budget, 2006-2007 ($000s)

List of Text Boxes

Text Box 1: Our Legislated Mandate
Text Box 2: Canadian Coast Guard National Coordination Centre
Text Box 3: Improving Ship-to-Shore Communications: E-mail at Sea Project
Text Box 4: Improving Safety Aboard Helicopters
Text Box 5: Employee Awarded Cross of Valour
Text Box 6: Bringing the Media Spotlight to the Arctic
Text Box 7: Immediate Response Saves Lives
Text Box 8: Responding to an Oil Spill
Text Box 9: Discoveries in the Bay of Fundy
Text Box 10: The CCGS Arrow Post Foils Poachers
Text Box 11: Operation Lancaster
Text Box 12: Becoming a Maritime Industry Leader in Safety and Security

CCGS Cape Hurd
CCGS Cape Hurd, Specialty Vessel
Photo: C&A Region