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Our Waters, Our Future Sustainable Development Strategy 2007-2009 - Home Page

Sep 27, 2019 ... Renewal. Adopting an ecosystem approach to fisheries management involves better understanding and managing the cumulative impacts of fishing. A comprehensive ecosystem-based approach would involve taking account of, among other things: all the interactions the target fish stock has with predators, competitors and prey species; the effects of weather and climate

Conflict between mobile and fixed gear herring fishers in the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence

Sep 26, 2019 ... not reach their quota. The result has been four ruined skipper-owners. The companies that bought them out did not do it to operate at a loss. The only thing we ask of DFO and the other parties is to be granted conditions to fish the herring quota for which we pay. We can not simply go along with those who take the law into their own hands to prevent us from doing

Consulting with Canadians

Jan 2, 2020 ... Indigenous People Industry International Justice and the Law Labour National Defence Natural Resources Persons with disabilities Plants Policy Private sector Public safety Regulations Recreation Rural and remote services Seniors Service Society Sport Science and technology Trade Training and careers Transportation Taxes Youth Organization Organization All

Interventions at the UN High Level International Conference on Water

Nov 1, 2019 ... them to stay home and avoid forced displacement. But should they have to move, we have to help, offering effective integration policies to support their adaptation to their new country. As a multicultural country, Canada is willing to share its experience in the integration of populations from every community, in our society. One thing that must be done

Environmental Assessment Report

Dec 11, 2019 ... project would require authorization under the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Atlantic Accord Implementation Act and may require authorization under the Fisheries Act. A permit under the Species at Risk Act may be required for effects on species that are listed as endangered or threatened on Schedule 1 of that act. The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency

Comprehensive Study Report-

Nov 2, 2019 ... species, its critical habitat or the residences of individuals of that species, as those terms are defined in subsection 2(1) of the Species at Risk Act, any effect of any such changes on health and socio-economic conditions, the current use of lands and resources for traditional purposes by Aboriginal persons, or any structure, site or thing that is of historical

Conservation agreement: Woodland Caribou Boreal population on the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range

Aug 9, 2019 ... of individuals, residences and critical habitat of listed wildlife species; Whereas Alberta has legislative responsibility for, among other things, environmental protection and the administration of provincial lands, the conservation and development of natural resources, and for wildlife within the province of Alberta; Whereas the parties acknowledge the recovery

FAQ - Research involving animal subjects

Mar 25, 2019 ... the commercial agriculture or aquaculture sectors. Typically NRC-IRAP funded work is non-invasive and involves such things as the testing of new diets or husbandry equipment in a commercial fish or farm animal operation. NRC-IRAP does not maintain any animal facilities but does fund research which may involve animals. Ethics clearance is required for animal use before

A message from the Park Superintendent - Georgian Bay Islands National Park

Nov 2, 2018 ... remind us that we share this special place with all living things and they are essential to a healthy ecosystem. The high water levels we experienced this year put some pressure on our coastline, especially on park boardwalks and docks. Our team worked hard to address these issues swiftly and we are looking for ways to adapt our infrastructure in the future

Discussion on Leadership and Higher Education | The Governor General of Canada

Oct 4, 2018 ... every day. That means that every two days, we’re uploading more data than has been printed in all of human history! As a result, it is also estimated that, over the course of the next 40 years, science will create more knowledge than has been created in the history of our species! The mind boggles at the pace of learning, and at the challenge this poses

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