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Genomics Research and Development Initiative

Jul 16, 2019 ... production support the development of regulatory standards, policies and guidelines and facilitate evidence- based decision making which will help protect the environment and human health The GRDI will also contribute to the following Federal Sustainable Development Strategy (FSDS) goals: Healthy wildlife populations: by understanding individual species in plant

COSEWIC required contacts for information on wildlife species

Aug 7, 2019 ...: Craig Taylor P.O. Box 2050, Station B 217 Hamilton River Road Happy Valley-Goose Bay NL A0P 1E0 Telephone: 709-896-6780 Email: Email: Torngat Wildlife and Plants Co-Management Board (TWPCB) All species of wildlife and plants in the Labrador Inuit Settlement Area Chairperson: Dr. Ron Sparkes

International trade in protected animals and plants

Mar 7, 2019 ...International trade in protected animals and plants How wildlife trade regulations affect you and protect both land and aquatic species. Follow: Facebook Most requested Application forms for animals harvested in Canada or abroad Re-exports and permit renewals: application forms CITES frequently asked questions Services and information Overview Overview

Funded projects for 2018-2019

Aug 7, 2019 ... Riparian Zones of the Niagara River Area of Concern Proponent: Niagara Parks Commission Great Lakes Protection Initiative funding: $130,000 over 2 years Project description: This project will create, restore and expand riparian and nearshore habitat for fish and wildlife by planting native species and constructing habitat structures, part of the Niagara River Area

Protecting species - Prince Edward Island National Park

May 23, 2019 ...Protecting species Area closures for species at risk PEI National Park's 42 kilometres of breathtaking coastline on the island’s north shore provides important habitat for several species at risk. The sand dunes and beaches, wetlands and forests are home to over 400 species of plants and 300 species of birds and other wildlife. Some of the species

COSEWIC candidate wildlife species

Aug 7, 2019 ... Thistle (Rocky Mountain population) Taxonomic group: Vascular plants Scientific name: Cirsium scariosum Common name: Meadow Thistle (Rocky Mountain population) Canadian range / known or potential jurisdictions: Alberta, British Columbia, Canadian Wildlife Service, Parks Canada Agency Proposed call for bids date: 2018 Rationale: This species is a perennial herb

Species at risk: fact sheets

Jun 25, 2019 ...Species at risk: fact sheets List Title Topic/species Bats and white-nose syndrome Bat Greater sage-grouse fact sheet Greater sage-grouse Species at Risk Act and Parks Canada: fact sheet Species at Risk Act Chimney swift: fact sheet Chimney swift Greater sage-grouse emergency order: questions and answers Greater sage-grouse American ginseng (Panax

COSEWIC status reports in preparation

Aug 7, 2019 ... CWS, ON, Parks, QC Vascular plants Western Silvery Aster Symphyotrichum sericeum Threatened May 2000 Revision to initial report CMN, CWS, MB, ON, Parks November 2020 (21) wildlife species Taxonomic group Common name Scientific name Last assessment Stage of current assessment Canadian range / known or potential jurisdictions 1 Arthropods Aweme Borer Papaipema

Widgeon Valley National Wildlife Area

May 24, 2019 ... migrating waterfowl and other wetland-dependent wildlife, fish and plant species, its wetland complex being at proximity to other adjacent and nearby areas of high wetland value such as Widgeon Slough and Addington Point along the Pitt River, the shallow southern end of Pitt Lake, and the extensive dyked wet areas of the Pitt Meadows. As such, the NWA plays

Permit applications

Mar 7, 2019 ...Permit applications Complete a permit application online for activities affecting a listed wildlife species. Services and information Applying for a permit For activities involving listed species on federal lands. Permit applications for research activities For natural, archaeological and social science research, including collection activities. Permit

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