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Minister's Transition Book

https://www.canada.ca/en/impact-assessment-agency/corporate/mandate/minister-transition-book.html

Jan 13, 2020 ... or things that are of historical, archaeological, paleontological or architectural significance. Starting environmental assessments early in the planning of a project will assist the Government of Canada in discharging its legal duty to consult and, if appropriate, accommodate Aboriginal peoples when the Crown contemplates conduct (associated with designated

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/species-especes/publications/ais-eae/goldenstartunicate-botrylleetoile/index-eng.html

May 4, 2018 .... Environmental Impact of Golden Star Tunicate Golden star tunicate is a filter feeder, getting nutrients from phytoplankton (algae), bacteria and other small organic things that float in the sea. In large numbers, the tunicate competes for food with other filter feeders, such as mussels and scallops. Golden star tunicate is mostly composed of water. It grows rapidly

Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement Regulatory Cooperation Forum Work Plan

https://www.international.gc.ca/trade-commerce/trade-agreements-accords-commerciaux/agr-acc/ceta-aecg/2019-06-28-work-travail-plan.aspx?lang=eng

Jun 28, 2019 ... CONNECT) Regulatory Cooperation Statement: The deployment of connected devices, or “internet of things” (IoT) devices, in the marketplace is a growing area of economic activity, with a potential for risk. The growth of IOT devices and their ability to generate data is fuelling innovation in the development of algorithms supporting Artificial Intelligence (AI

To the stars - National Research Council Canada

https://www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/eng/publications/nrc_pubs/tapping/2018/2018_07_31.html

Jul 31, 2018 ... and time to another. We have not yet found any of these, but there is no reason why they can’t exist. In the stories you fly your spaceship into one of these and almost instantly come out at some distant location, often at a different time. The problem is that the gravitational stresses needed to hold such things open are so strong that your spaceship, you

Health of Animals Regulations: Part XII: Transport of Animals-Regulatory AmendmentInterpretive Guidance for Regulated Parties - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/animal-health/humane-transport/health-of-animals-regulations-part-xii/eng/1582126008181/1582126616914

Feb 21, 2020 .... The information can come from mentorship, formal training or both. The needs of animals vary with the species, size, sex, age, health and production status, physiology, and the degree to which they have been socialized. The knowledge and actions you take must be appropriate for the species and type of animal you work with. Some of the things that good stock people

Key contacts and stakeholders

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/corporate/transparency/briefing/keycontacts-stakeholders.html

Dec 6, 2018 ... members and non-members in the port community to discuss issues and to network. As well, ACPA seeks to recognize the achievements of those in the port community that are deserving of industry recognition. Advocacy is achieved via such things as better products including magazines, newsletters, videos, press releases, media interviews and seminars and outreach

Exploring Earth - Curriculum links

http://asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/missions/expedition58/activities/exploring-earth/curriculum-links.asp

Jan 21, 2019 ...-19 Examine and describe some living things that cannot be seen with the naked eye Earth and space science 310 Explain how Earth provides both a habitat for life and resources for society 331-6 Analyse the impact of external factors on an ecosystem Natural hazards and weather Topic Geographic Reference Grades Links to the Canadian National Standards

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/species-especes/publications/ais-eae/violettunicate-botrylloideviolet/index-eng.html

May 4, 2018 ... of Violet Tunicate Violet tunicate is a filter feeder, getting nutrients from phytoplankton (algae), bacteria and other small organic things that float in the sea. In large numbers, the tunicate competes for food with other filter feeders, such as mussels and scallops. Violet tunicate is mostly composed of water. lt grows rapidly compared to other marine organisms

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/species-especes/publications/sharks/npoa-sharks-pan-requins/page03-eng.html

Apr 27, 2018 ... 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 (including climate change); the interactions between fish

Health of Animals Regulations Part XII: Transportation of Animals-Regulatory Amendment - Interpretive Guidance for Regulated Parties - Animals - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/animals/terrestrial-animals/humane-transport/interpretive-guidance/eng/1480700699158/1480700769747?chap=0

Aug 29, 2019 ... of eight days of age or less and transport of young ruminants of more than 8 days 10.0 Transport of lactating animals 11.0 Animal handling from loading to unloading 12.0 Weather protection and ventilation 13.0 Exposure to toxic or noxious things 14.0 Space requirements 15.0 Overcrowding 16.0 Isolation 17.0 Conveyances and containers 18.0 Vessels 19.0 Feed, safe

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