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Protecting oceans, lakes and rivers

Jul 17, 2019 ...Protecting oceans, lakes and rivers Marine conservation targets, bioregions and protected areas, network planning, oceans management, World Oceans Day. Follow: Twitter YouTube Flickr Twitter @DFO_MPO (Fisheries and Oceans Canada) @CCG_GCC (Canadian Coast Guard) YouTube Fisheries and Oceans Canada Canadian Coast Guard Most requested Sponge Reef Closures

Now Protecting Nearly 14% of Canada’s Oceans and Coasts

Aug 1, 2019 ...Now Protecting Nearly 14% of Canada’s Oceans and Coasts Together with our partners and stakeholders across Canada, we are proud to protect nearly 14% of our marine and coastal areas! Canada has become a world leader in marine conservation, taking significant steps to protect unique and important areas in our oceans. From the Pacific to the Arctic

Two Years In, Canada’s Oceans Protection Plan Making a Difference - Transport Canada

Mar 6, 2019 ...Two Years In, Canada’s Oceans Protection Plan Making a Difference From: Transport Canada Phoebe Miles, Manager, Community Engagement and Partnerships, Oceans Protection Plan Over the past two years, Canada’s Oceans Protection Plan has transformed the way Transport Canada engages Canadians on marine safety and saw the start of over 50 innovative projects

Environmental conservation and protection

Nov 1, 2019 ...Environmental conservation and protection Sustainability, oceans, impact assessments, protected areas, environmental funding, enforcement. Most requested Find out about the national parks of Canada National Marine Conservation Areas of Canada Creating new national parks Participant funding opportunities during an impact assessment Independent environmental

Management measures to protect Southern Resident killer whales | Pacific Region | Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Aug 13, 2019 ... marine wildlife Protecting Canada's Endangered Whales Oceans Protection Plan Report to Canadians Protecting our Coasts - Oceans Protection Plan Killer whale (Northeast Pacific, southern resident population) summary report $167.4 million Whales Initiative: Protecting the Southern Resident killer whale Transport Canada: Interim Order for the Protection of Killer

Oceans Protection Plan: strategic environmental assessment public statement

Aug 17, 2018 ...Oceans Protection Plan: strategic environmental assessment public statement A review of the potential environmental impacts of the Oceans Protection Plan. The Oceans Protection Plan (OPP) is the largest investment ever made to protect Canada's coasts and waterways. It also grows our economy. With this Plan, future generations will enjoy and benefit from

Protecting Canada’s Ocean Resources

Oct 31, 2013 ...Protecting Canada’s Ocean Resources Three oceans, one country. Canada is blessed with the world's longest coastline but that also means a lot of ocean to manage responsibly − about 7.1 million square kilometres, to be more specific. The oceans provide us with healthy and delicious food and contribute to many important livelihoods but we have

The Government’s decision

Oct 15, 2019 ...) Reconsideration Report The Crown Consultation and Accommodation Report (CCAR) (PDF, 5.2 MB) Letter from former Supreme Court Justice, the Honourable Frank Iacobucci, to the Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Natural Resources Canada (PDF, 497 KB) Key areas of action Bolstering Marine Safety Since the Oceans Protection Plan was launched, over 50 measures have been

Next steps

Oct 15, 2019 ... communities: bolstering marine safety; strengthening emergency response; protecting oceans and the South Resident Killer Whale; and addressing the cumulative effects of the project. The accommodations will build on other government actions such as the Oceans Protection Plan (OPP) and the Whales Initiative. As the project proceeds, the government has a broad response

Canada's oceans agenda

Jul 30, 2019 ...Canada's oceans agenda With over 7 million Canadians living in coastal communities, Canada has a lot at stake in protecting our 3 oceans and coasts. We rely on our oceans for food, jobs, clean air and much more. Our stewardship of this important natural resource is part of our social fabric and is woven into the vast history of maritime and Indigenous

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