Migratory Birds Convention Act, 1994

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This Act is based on a convention signed between the United Kingdom on behalf of the Province of Canada and the United States of America in order to protects migratory birds, their nests and eggs in Canada, including the exclusive economic zone, and independently of land ownership.

Related topics

Migratory birds, Migratory bird sanctuaries, Species at risk

Related institutions

Environment and Climate Change Canada

Related regulations

Migratory Birds Regulations, Migratory Bird Sanctuary Regulations

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This Act is based on a convention signed between the United Kingdom on behalf of the Province of Canada and the United States of America in order to protects migratory birds, their nests and eggs in Canada, including the exclusive economic zone, and independently of land ownership.

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Act current to 2017-05-11 and last amended on 2010-12-10. Previous Versions

Legislative framework: Migratory Birds Convention (1916)

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This Act is based on a convention signed between the United Kingdom on behalf of the Province of Canada and the United States of America in order to protects migratory birds, their nests and eggs in Canada, including the exclusive economic zone, and independently of land ownership.

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