Comment on proposed amendments: Migratory Birds Regulations
Current status: Open
Opened on June 1, 2019 and will close to new input on September 30, 2019.
The Migratory Birds Regulations have never been comprehensively updated or revised since they were put in place in 1917.
The main objectives of this consultation are to:
- present you with the proposed changes to the regulations
- invite you to share your comments with us
- consider your views in the development of the final regulations
Join in: how to participate
To learn how we will protect your privacy during this consultation, please carefully review our privacy statement.
We invite you to read the proposed amendments to the Migratory Birds Regulations (modernization), as well as the accompanying Regulatory Impact Analysis Statement and send us your comments.
The Government of Canada and Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) are committed to respecting the privacy of individuals who visit our websites, and who participate in consultations such as this one for the proposed revised Migratory Birds Regulations.
All personal information created, held or collected by Environment and Climate Change Canada is protected under the Privacy Act. The personal information you provide is being collected in accordance with the Public Communications (PSU 914) Standard Personal Information Bank.
Participation in this consultation is voluntary, and acceptance or refusal to participate will in no way affect any relationship with ECCC or the Government of Canada.
Any questions or comments regarding this privacy notice or the administration of the Privacy Act at Environment and Climate Change Canada may be directed to Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Access to Information and Privacy Division.
If you are not satisfied that we have adequately respected your privacy, you may wish to contact the Office of the Privacy Commissioner by calling their information centre at 1-800-282-1376 or by visiting their contact page.
Who is the focus of this consultation
The Government of Canada would like to engage with:
- general public with an interest in migratory birds
- migratory game bird hunters, hunting businesses and organizations
- Indigenous Peoples, governments and representatives
- conservation organizations
- natural resources industry
- provincial and territorial governments, municipalities and co-management boards
Director, Wildlife Management and Regulatory Affairs Division, Canadian Wildlife Service
Environment and Climate Change Canada | Government of Canada
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