Pilotage Act Review
On May 31, 2017, the Government of Canada announced that Marc Grégoire had been selected to Chair the Review of the Pilotage Act. This Review will support the delivery of safe, efficient and environmentally responsible marine pilotage services into the future. It is also part of the Government’s comprehensive Oceans Protection Plan.
Pilotage Act Review Final Report
The review was completed in the Spring of 2018 and the Chair provided his final report to the Minister. The report can be found at the following link.
Scope and mandate of the Review
The Review aims to modernize the Pilotage Act while keeping elements that support Canada’s excellent pilotage safety record.
The Review will be led by Mr. Marc Grégoire and supported by Transport Canada.
The Review will address a wide range of topics under six themes, drawn from advice that stakeholders provided in recent consultations. Topics will include service delivery, governance, dispute resolution and safety.
- Read the Terms of reference: Pilotage Act Review to learn in detail about the Review’s scope, mandate and key principles
These research summaries are short abstracts of the research studies that were commissioned in support of the Pilotage Act Review.
Summaries of stakeholder engagements
These reports are summaries of the Pilotage Act Roundtable discussions.
- Pilotage Act Review Roundtables – Participants List
- Pilotage Act Review Governance Roundtable – Ottawa, Ontario