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What wonders lie in Canada’s deep sea and why we should protect them

Jan 21, 2019 ...What wonders lie in Canada’s deep sea and why we should protect them Offshore of the Northeast Pacific supports a wealth of life and diversity, including the extraordinary deep-sea animals living on hydrothermal vents and seamounts (underwater mountains). With growing uncertainty of the future and global-scale threats, one of the things we can do

Auyuittuq National Park Management Plan 2010 - Auyuittuq National Park

Apr 12, 2019 ... Qaujimajatuqangit refers to the knowledge and understanding of all things that affect the daily lives of Inuit and the application of that knowledge for the survival of a people and their culture. It is knowledge that has sustained the past and that is to be used today to ensure an enduring futureFootnote 6. Many of the values and guiding principles of Parks CanadaFootnote

2019–20 Departmental Plan | Natural Resources Canada

Apr 11, 2019 ... on Disaster Risk Reduction to understand the risk to people of natural disasters and to increase community resilience. Canada’s 348 million hectares of forest make up 9% of the world’s forest and 24% of the world’s boreal forests lie within Canada’s borders. In 2019-20, the Department will continue to use science to minimize the risks to Canadians’ lives

Nááts’įhch’oh National Park Reserve Management Plan - Nááts'įhch'oh National Park Reserve

Mar 5, 2019 ... areas in the world. The Government is committed to preserving our natural and cultural heritage, expanding the system of protected places and contributing to the recovery of species-at-risk. At the same time, we must continue to offer new and innovative visitor and outreach programs and activities so that more Canadians can experience Parks Canada places

2019-20 – Departmental Plan - About the Canadian Food Inspection Agency - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Apr 11, 2019 ... opportunities that ensure Canadian food, animal, plant and their products can be traded internationally Regulatory cooperation and science collaboration – CFIA engages and works together with its international partners to seek opportunities to strengthen partnerships and align approaches for food safety, consumer protection and plant and animal health Departmental

Understanding the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations: A handbook for food businesses - Food - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Apr 25, 2019 ... and processed egg products Division 5: Fish 61. This division sets out the import prohibitions for certain species, import requirements for live or raw shellfish (refer also to item 64) conditions for harvesting shellfish that is to be sent or conveyed from one province to another or exported Resources Regulatory requirements: Fish Food-specific requirements

Conflict between mobile and fixed gear herring fishers in the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence

Jan 17, 2019 ... and the Department of Fisheries and Oceans. Furthermore, today's scientific techniques have progressed considerably since the early days of the herring fishery, but it must be recognized that there will never be an exact science regarding the fishery. It is apparent that much can and must be done by all parties in order to have open and honest dialogues relative

Artists in the Canadian Forces Artists Program

Feb 22, 2019 ... Literature (University of Edinburgh) where she wrote on museums, 'thing theory', affect and resonance Her third collection of poetry, "Linger, Still", was published in the spring of 2017 by Gaspereau Press. Aislinn Hunter lives in British Columbia. writing British Columbia 2016-2017 John Hutton More about John Hutton John Hutton was born in Windsor, Ontario. He

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

Feb 20, 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

East Coast Marine Finfish Sector Strategic Action Plan

Feb 8, 2019 ... ecosystem and/or the human use of the resource"Footnote 2 and which have not become naturalized.  Identified vectors for transferring invasive species in aquatic environments include attachment to ship/boat hulls, transfer through ballast water, the use of live bait, aquarium/water garden trade, live food fish, and the movement of fisheries and aquaculture gear

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