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5.1 - Chapter 5 - Export to the U.S. - Animals - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Jul 17, 2019 ... of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Veterinary Service, National Center for Import and Export 4700 River Road, Unit 39 Riverdale, Maryland 20737 Telephone: 301-851-3300 option 2 Email: Permit application 18. For certain species, it may be necessary to obtain one or more Convention on International Trade

Fire management - Science and conservation

Jun 13, 2019 ... of change in nature. Fire has shaped landscapes across Canada and around the world. Fire creates the conditions that allow the regeneration of a variety of plant species. Many ecosystems have evolved with fire and depend on it for renewal. A recent burn may seem dead but many forms of life survive, giving rise to a new forest. Fire kick-starts regeneration

Guide to understanding the Canadian Environmental Protection Act: chapter 2

Jul 4, 2019 ... by the Minister of the Environment on behalf of the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, includes provisions to prevent pollution of waters inhabited by fish. Through the Canada Water Act, water resources and their environmental quality are managed. The Minister of the Environment also manages some aspects of wildlife through the Species at Risk Act, the Canada Wildlife Act

Bison blog - Banff National Park

Aug 1, 2019 ... burned and grazed again. Over time, this creates a mosaic landscape that supports a diversity of plants and wildlife. Planning a prescribed fire is all about defining the right conditions. A window of opportunity opened this spring when the days were warm, snow was clearing, but the grass hadn’t started to green up. This meant that a targeted area could be burned

Water and wetlands

Mar 12, 2019 ...Access scientific and technical data on water, wetlands and surface water.

Managing conflicts with migratory birds

May 10, 2019 ... the risks that this species poses to: native wildlife wetland habitats the Canadian public Mute Swan populations in Canada Figure 1. Mute Swan population in Ontario from the Midsummer Mute Swan survey. Data source: Midsummer Mute Swan Survey - Canadian Wildlife Service and Bird Studies Canada / Long Point Waterfowl and Wetlands Research Program. Long description

Departmental Sustainable Development Strategy 2019-2020

May 15, 2019 ... The Government of Canada is also a signatory to the Convention on Biological Diversity, and has put into place the Canadian Biodiversity Strategy (CBS), and several other pieces of legislation in order to protect and support biodiversity in Canada, including the: Species at Risk Act (SARA) Plant Protection Act (PPA) Health of Animals Act (HAA) Section 2 - Agency

British Columbia man penalized $18,000 after attempting to smuggle protected turtles into Canada

Jun 3, 2019 ... Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) to anonymously report wildlife crimes. You may be eligible for a reward of up to $2,000 from Crime Stoppers. Quick facts Globally, there are over 350 species of turtles and tortoises in the wild. Of this number, trade in 140 species of turtles and 44 species of tortoise are regulated by the Convention on International Trade

Permafrost, ice and snow

Mar 12, 2019 ...Access research, data and publications on lake and river ice, glaciers, permafrost, snow and sea ice.

Species at Risk Act

May 22, 2019 ... an offence. (mesures de rechange) aquatic species aquatic species means a wildlife species that is a fish, as defined in section 2 of the Fisheries Act, or a marine plant, as defined in section 47 of that Act. (espèce aquatique) Attorney General Attorney General means the Attorney General of Canada or, for the purposes of sections 108 to 113, an agent of the Attorney

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