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New substances: guidelines for organisms

Aug 20, 2019 ... at the site of the experimental field study, and a description of their effectiveness (schedule 3 paragraph 4(j) and schedule 4 paragraph 4(d)) 4.2.6 Information in respect of the environmental fate of the micro-organism (schedules 1 and 3) Identification of plant and animal species likely to be exposed and, where infectivity, pathogenicity to non-human

Screening assessment for aspergillus awamori strain and aspergillus brasiliensis strain

Aug 23, 2019 ... Aspergillus species inferred from calmodulin sequences Appendix C. Toxins and secondary metabolites produced by A. brasiliensis and A. niger Appendix D. Plant rots and diseases caused by A. niger Synopsis Pursuant to paragraph 74(b) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA), the Minister of the Environment and the Minister of Health have conducted

Species at Risk recovery - Gulf Islands National Park Reserve

Jun 20, 2019 ...Species at Risk recovery Barn swallow Common nighthawk Contorted pod evening primrose Little brown bat Silky beach pea Slender popcornflower Overview More than 500 plant and animal species are at risk in Canada (according to the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada) and more than 11,000 throughout the world. Those numbers are rising

NEB - Process Update for TGS NOPEC Geophysical Company ASA (TGS), Petroleum GeoServices (PGS) and Multi Klient Invest (MKI) NorthEastern Canada 2D Seismic Survey (the Project)

Aug 28, 2019 ... activities are respectful of interactions with other ocean users. Definitions Cetacean: means a whale, dolphin or porpoise. Critical habitat: means the habitat that is necessary for the survival or recovery of a listed wildlife species and that is identified as the species' critical habitat in the recovery strategy or in an action plan for the species. Marine Mammal

Wildlife species assessments (short version), May 2019

May 21, 2019 ...COSEWIC wildlife species assessments (short version), May 2019 COSEWIC wildlife species assessments (short version), May 2019 [PDF - 25KB] Table displays the wildlife species assessed at the most recent meeting. Table is organized by risk status and taxonomic group. Wildlife species are sorted according to current status and then by taxonomic group

Chapter 13 – Chronic Wasting Disease Voluntary Herd Certification Program - Animals - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Oct 31, 2019 ... protein converts normal host prion proteins into the abnormal pathological form, and as this process continues to occur it leads to neurodegeneration and death. The accumulation of this abnormal prion protein in the brain is believed to cause the clinical signs of the disease. Susceptible Species 2. CWD is the only TSE found in free-ranging animals. Susceptible

Find a national park - National Parks

Jul 9, 2019 ..., and relax amid the culture of Newfoundland’s coastal communities. Gulf Islands National Park Reserve Scattered throughout the Salish Sea, the Gulf Islands teem with wildlife, a haven for rare species and threatened eco-systems and a playground for hikers, campers, cyclists, boaters and kayakers. Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve, National Marine Conservation Area

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Aug 8, 2019 ... the Species at Risk Act (SARA), due to the significant socio-economic impacts on sockeye fishers and coastal communities. Beginning in 1998, Fisheries and Oceans Canada put in place conservation measures to protect late run sockeye (including Cultus Lake sockeye). With the help of a number of partners, additional measures will further protect these populations

2015-2016 Reports by Federal Authorities with Obligations under Section 71 of the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012

Aug 26, 2019 ..., and disturbance of wildlife could have resulted in adverse environmental effects. However, mitigation measures have been incorporated in the design of the project and put in place during the work. A survey was taken to confirm that rare or endangered plant species were not found at this site. The trail was routed to a former access road, to avoid the need for cutting

Jasper National Park Shoreline Action Plan - Jasper National Park

Jun 18, 2019 ... diverse ecological communities and represent one of the premiere visitor attractions to the park both for their scenic beauty and the recreational opportunities they afford. Healthy lake ecosystems include healthy riparian habitat that is important for nesting waterfowl, beavers, amphibians, and countless plant and insect species. Those same shorelines also

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