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Message from the Commissioner

Marc Grégoire, Commissioner, Canadian Coast Guard This document provides a report, as of March 31, 2011, on the progress made by the Canadian Coast Guard against its commitments for 2010-11, as outlined in its Agency 2010-13 Business Plan.

The Government’s Economic Action Plan provided additional funding of $175 million for the purchase of 98 small crafts including 30 replacement environmental response barges, a number of new vessels, including 5 new 47’ SAR Motor Lifeboats and 3 inshore science vessels (to replace existing vessels); as well as funds to repair and overhaul a number of large vessels, over fiscal years 2009-10 and 2010-11. In 2010-2011, CCG accepted the delivery of the search and rescue lifeboats, 60 small boats and 16 Environmental Response (ER) barges. The inshore science vessels are in the outfitting stage and will be delivered in 2011 as will the remaining 14 ER barges.

Commitments related to the 2007 Report of the Auditor General are flagged with the abbr "AG".

Commitments related to the Coast Guard’s 2006 A-base review are identified by "A-base" and those related to the Public Service Employees Survey are identified by "PSES".

Commitments related the Department’s 2007-2009 Sustainable Development Strategy are noted as "SDS" and those related to the 2008-2011 Department of Fisheries and Oceans Employment Equity Management Action Plan are noted as in response to the "DFO EE MAP".

The report is based on a detailed and extensive self-assessment by the Coast Guard Management Board and is based on the following criteria:


Green block Green: The planned project or deliverables were completed

Yellow block Yellow: The planned project or deliverables were substantially completed.

Red block Red: The planned project or deliverables were partially completed/not initiated/cancelled.

To the best of my knowledge, this report represents a fair and accurate assessment of progress to date, based on information available at this time.

Marc Grégoire
Commissioner, Canadian Coast Guard