Share and view ideas: Pointe de l'Est National Wildlife Area management plan

From: Environment and Climate Change Canada

Current status: Open

Open for comments from June 8, 2020 to August 6, 2020.

Share your ideas about the Pointe de l’Est National Wildlife Area Management plan. Your comments will help to improve the draft document for final publication.

How to participate

To learn how we will protect your privacy during this consultation, please carefully review our privacy statement.

We invite you to submit comments and concerns by August 6, 2020.

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Submit your ideas or your input to the email address, in contact information.

Participate by mail
Send your ideas or your input to the address in contact information.

Consultation goal

National Wildlife Areas (NWAs) are established to protect important habitat for wildlife. Each one is managed in order to preserve ecological integrity and meet ecological objectives over the long-term. The management plan outlines the activities that are allowed, restricted and prohibited in the NWA.

We welcome your comments and ideas about how the Pointe de l’Est NWA should be managed.

Privacy rights 

The Government of Canada and Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) are committed to respecting the privacy rights of individuals who visit our websites, and who participate in consultations such as this one for the Stalwart National Wildlife Area Management Plan.

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.

All personal information created, held or collected by ECCC 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.

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 ECCC’s Access to Information and Privacy Division (ec.aiprp-atip.ec@canada.ca). 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

All Canadians are invited to participate in this consultation. We especially want to hear from:

Contact information

Environment and Climate Change Canada
Canadian Wildlife Service
Québec regional office
Protected Areas program
801-1550, avenue d'Estimauville
Québec QC G1J 0C3

Emailec.ap-consultations-pa.ec@canada.ca

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