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A Federal Seat is Vacant in Calgary Forest Lawn - Elections Canada

Aug 21, 2019 ...A Federal Seat is Vacant in Calgary Forest Lawn News Release Gatineau, Tuesday, August 20, 2019 On August 15, 2019, the Chief Electoral Officer, Stéphane Perrault, received official notice from the Speaker of the House of Commons that the seat for Calgary Forest Lawn (Alberta) is vacant. This vacancy occurred less than nine months before a fixed-date

RCMP in British Columbia - Traffic Enforcement Campaign along Morice Forest Service Road near Houston, BC

Sep 10, 2019 ...Traffic Enforcement Campaign along Morice Forest Service Road near Houston, BC B.C. North District, Houston 2019-09-10 13:36 PDT The BC RCMP would like to advise commuters of a traffic enforcement campaign being conducted along the Morice River Forest Service Road near Houston, BC this Fall. A temporary RCMP detachment - the Community-Industry Safety Office

Environment and natural resources

Sep 13, 2019 ..., climate change, natural hazards. Energy Energy-efficient homes and vehicles, green energy, fuel prices in your area. Natural resources Canada’s natural resources, water, forests and mining industry. Agricultural practices Soil, water and climate conditions across Canada. Farming practices to preserve land and water. Fisheries Licences, permits and funding programs

Agreement to amend the Canada- Prince Edward Island Labour Market Development Agreement (Forest)

Aug 13, 2019 ...Agreement to amend the Canada- Prince Edward Island Labour Market Development Agreement (Forest) Information for reference This text copy of the bilateral transfer agreement between the Government of Canada and Prince Edward Island is provided for reference and research purposes only. The final signed version of the agreement is the official version between

Take action to respond to climate impacts

Sep 16, 2019 ..., including geographic location, historic marginalization, legal and institutional barriers and socio-economic factors mean that climate change disproportionately affects Indigenous Peoples. For example, Indigenous Peoples living in remote regions may be most impacted by extreme weather events, such as forest fires, flooding and storm surges. Despite being among


Mar 6, 2019 ...Forests Forest industry and products, import and export policies, pests, programs related to forestry. Most requested Canadian Forest Service Publications The State of Canada's Forests Pruning trees and shrubs Services and information Forest products Import, export requirements for forest products. Regulations for the control of forest pests. Deforestation

Research institutes and facilities

Aug 30, 2019 ... support. Forestry research centres About the Canadian Forest Service's state-of-the-art facilities for forestry research across Canada. Defence research centres About Defence Research and Development Canada's eight science and technology research centres across Canada. Arctic research facilities About the Canadian High Arctic Research Station and its role as a hub


Aug 30, 2019 ... the air inside the greenhouse. Concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere have grown significantly since pre-industrial times largely because of the burning of fossil fuels and permanent forest loss. The rise in greenhouse gas concentrations is amplifying the natural greenhouse effect and warming the planet, affecting wind patterns, precipitation

Funding opportunities to support adaptation action

Sep 16, 2019 ... First Nation communities most impacted by climate change related to sea level rise, flooding, forest fires, drought, fisheries and winter road failures. Indigenous Community-Based Monitoring Program: supports Indigenous Peoples in designing, implementing or expanding long-term community-based projects that monitor the effects of climate change on traditional

RCMP in British Columbia - Help return stolen chainsaws to museum

Sep 14, 2019 ...Help return stolen chainsaws to museum North Cowichan\Duncan, B.C. Island District 2019-09-14 02:33 PDT File # 2019-16277 Police are asking the public to be on the lookout for two antique chainsaws stolen from the BC Forest Discovery Centre. Staff at the Centre, a not-for-profit society, reported that the items were taken during a break and enter sometime

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