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Economic Benefits of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

Oct 15, 2019 ...Economic Benefits of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project The Government of Canada has approved the Trans Mountain Expansion (TMX) project because it is in the Canadian public interest and will benefit Canadians by creating thousands of good, middle-class jobs, increasing access to global markets and generating more revenues to various levels of government

Strengthening Emergency Response

Oct 15, 2019 ... than 100 regulations enabled by almost 30 Acts, international agreements and commitments, and is first and foremost focused on preventing accidents from occurring. The Government of Canada understands that for many coastal Indigenous communities, the risk of an oil spill and its possible impact on the culturally significant Southern Resident Killer Whale

Consulting with Indigenous groups

Oct 15, 2019 ... so important There is no relationship more important to the Government of Canada than the one with Indigenous Peoples. We are moving forward by engaging in meaningful two-way dialogue, guided by the decision of the Federal Court of Appeal. Our path allows us to move forward in the right way, through meaningful consultations. Our top priority is getting

Bolstering Marine Safety

Oct 15, 2019 ... than 100 regulations enabled by almost 30 Acts, international agreements and commitments — all focused first and foremost, on preventing accidents from occurring. To further bolster our marine safety system, the government invested $1.5-billion for the historic Oceans Protection Plan (OPP). Since the OPP’s launch, there are over 50 programs being rolled out

Follow the latest on TMX

Oct 15, 2019 ... within Westridge Marine Terminal 2019-09-08 Authorization(s) under paragraph 35(2)(b) of the Fisheries Act – Westridge Marine Terminal 2019-09-06 Federal Court of Appeal grants leave to 6 of 12 applicants to proceed with judicial review of the government’s approval of TMX 2019-09-03 Government of Canada supports design of the world’s first low-noise and low

Media Contacts

Oct 15, 2019 ...Media contacts This list provides access to the links to contacts information for the service of media relations for organizations of the Government of Canada. In case where there is no service media relation, you have access to the general contact information page. A: Media Contacts starting with the letter A B: Media Contacts starting with the letter B C

Advancing Cumulative Effects Management

Oct 15, 2019 ... and the Coastal Environmental Baseline Program — the government is establishing a shared approach to better understand coastal ecosystems and the potential effects of regional marine vessel activity on the environment. The Cumulative Effects of Marine Shipping pilot project was launched to identify the effects of existing and future vessel movements on the environment

Key findings of the quantitative microbial risk assessment for salmonella in broiler chicken meat produced and consumed in Canada

Oct 15, 2019 ... for this risk assessment was to provide information to guide next steps for governments and industry as they investigate additional, new, or differently applied controls and practices along the poultry meat farm to fork continuum. Risk Assessment To obtain an electronic copy of the document, Key Findings of the Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment for Salmonella

Roles and responsibilities

Oct 15, 2019 ...Roles and responsibilities With complex project reviews like the Trans Mountain Expansion, it is important to know who is in charge of what. We worked collaboratively to ensure a transparent and robust process. Who owns the Trans Mountain pipeline project? The Government of Canada, led by the Canadian Development Investment Corporation (CDEV). CDEV

Canada Energy Regulator Amended Conditions

Oct 15, 2019 ...Canada Energy Regulator Amended Conditions Accommodations As part of the re-initiated Phase III consultations, consultation teams had an expanded mandate to discuss specific accommodation measures to address the concerns of potentially affected Indigenous groups. The government has put forward eight accommodation measures that focus on building capacity

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