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Conservation of Polar Bears in Canada

Jan 31, 2019 ... Canada is home to two thirds of the global polar bear population and is committed to the conservation of this incredible species. In Canada, polar bears are protected through a collaborative approach that is shared with provinces, territories and regional wildlife management boards. This allows activities, investments and expertise to be coordinated across

COSEWIC candidate wildlife species

Jun 4, 2019 ..., and proliferation of invasive plants. Meadow Thistle Taxonomic group: Vascular plants Scientific name: Cirsium scariosum Common name: Meadow Thistle Canadian range / known or potential jurisdictions: British Columbia, Canadian Wildlife Service, Parks Canada Agency, Quebec Proposed call for bids date: 2018 Rationale: This species is a perennial herb that flowers, sets seed

Protecting species - Cape Breton Highlands National Park

Apr 15, 2019 ...Protecting species Species at risk are species that have had a significant decline in population in a certain area. This includes plants, insects, reptiles, birds, mammals – any living wildlife. Species can be designated provincially at risk (numbers have declined substantially in a province/territory), or federally at risk (numbers have declined across all

COSEWIC status reports in preparation

Jun 4, 2019 ... subspecies Reithrodontomys megalotis dychei Endangered April 2007 Revision to initial report AB, CWS, Parks Canada Vascular plants Puvirnituq Draba Draba puvirnituqii Not applicable Revision to final report CWS, Parks Canada, QC April 2020 (43) wildlife species Taxonomic group Common name Scientific name Last assessment Stage of current assessment Canadian range

Ontario man fined for smuggling medicinal leeches into Canada in carry-on luggage

May 27, 2019 ...Ontario man fined for smuggling medicinal leeches into Canada in carry-on luggage Brampton, Ontario – May 27, 2019 – Environment and Climate Change Canada Illegal trade in wildlife is estimated to be worth up to $20 billion USD per year and threatens many of the world’s most treasured wildlife species. Canada does not tolerate the exploitation of threatened

Indigenous Guardians Pilot Program map

Nov 28, 2018 .... Dease Lake, BC Natural Resources Aboriginal Fisheries Guardians Program Miawpukek First Nation Miawpukek Guardians monitor traditional salmon rivers and ponds, wildlife, plants, and species at risk. Education and peer learning between Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities, including with youth and Elders is emphasized. Conne River, NL Collaborative community

Contact the Committee

Jun 4, 2019 ... Street Edmonton AB T5K 2M4 Telephone: 780-422-9536 Email: Robin Gutsell Species at Risk, Non-Game and Wildlife Disease Policy Environment and Parks 2nd floor, Great West Life Building 9920 - 108 Street Edmonton AB T5K 2M4 Telephone: 780-644-1154 Email: British Columbia Gregory A. Wilson Aquatic Species At Risk

Widgeon Valley National Wildlife Area: proposed management plan

May 24, 2019 ... in the Widgeon Creek National Wildlife Area and Crown channels Species Common and Scientific Names of Species Status Canada SARAa Status Canada COSEWICb Status British Columbia Provincial Statusc Presence or Potential of Presenced Vascular plants Vancouver island beggarticks Bidens amplissima Special concern Special concern Blue Probable Fishes White Sturgeon, Lower

Wildlife species assessments (detailed version), May 2019

May 31, 2019 ...COSEWIC wildlife species assessments (detailed version), May 2019 COSEWIC wildlife species assessments (detailed version), May 2019 [PDF - 53KB] Report displays details on most recent wildlife species assessments. Information in status reports is used to assess the risk status of each wildlife species. Specific criteria and guidelines are used. Results

Enforcement notifications

Jun 13, 2019 ... a protected orchid species 2019-02-27 - Canadian dredging company fined $350K for unlawful deposit of deleterious substance in Fraser River estuary 2019-02-26 - Three Quebec hunters fined a total of $11,750 for breaking federal and provincial wildlife laws 2019-02-01 - City of Kawartha Lakes pays $75K to the Environmental Damages Fund for alleged violations under

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