Share and view ideas: Proposed amendments to the Migratory Birds Regulations, 2022 pertaining to the eligibility criteria for damage or danger permits
Current status: Closed
Consultation starts on October 15, 2022, and ends on November 13, 2022.
Share your thoughts on proposed amendments to the Migratory Birds Regulations, 2022. The purpose of this consultation is to allow Canadians to comment on a proposed amendment to the eligibility criteria for damage or danger permits issued under the Migratory Birds Regulations, 2022.
Join in: how to participate
Send us an email
Share your comments by emailing us at MBRPermits-PermisROM@ec.gc.ca.
To learn how we will protect your privacy during this consultation, please carefully review our privacy statement.
Who is the focus of this consultation
All Canadians are invited to participate in this consultation. More specifically, we would like to hear from:
- provincial, territorial and municipal governments
- Indigenous peoples
- businesses that hold easements, servitudes, and / or rights of way
- non-governmental organizations
Key discussion items
Your ideas and input are sought on the proposed amendments to allow holders of easements, servitudes, or rights of way, in addition to individuals who own, lease or manage a parcel of land, to be eligible for damage or danger permits issued under the Migratory Birds Regulations, 2022.
The input gathered through this process will be carefully considered. The final regulatory amendments are anticipated to be published in the Canada Gazette, Part II in winter 2023.
- Status update on the modernization of the Migratory Birds Regulations, 2022
- Damage or Danger Permit
- Service standards and performance: permits for Migratory Birds Regulations
- Migratory Birds Regulations, 2022
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Canadian Wildlife Service
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