Gulf Region

The Gulf Region includes the waters of the Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence at the eastern coast of New Brunswick, the Northumberland Strait coast of Nova Scotia and Western Cape Breton Island, as well as Prince Edward Island. The Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence covers an area of 240 000 km2 and borders 7, 000 km of coastline.

Area offices are located in Tracadie, N.B., Antigonish, N.S., and Charlottetown, P.E.I. The regional headquarters are in Moncton, N.B.


flottable ring in the water

Inflatable toys: Safety first

Inflatable pool toys should not be used in open water like the beach. Breezes and currents can sweep you away from the shore in seconds. They are not designed for use in open water. 


Woman taking a photo of a reproduction of a skate at an exhibit

Heading to Prince Edward Island this summer?

Visit our exhibit at PEI National Park's Greenwich Interpretation Centre until September 13.

See and learn about life-size models of species at risk in the Gulf Region. To know more, click on the link.