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Environmental damages fund evaluation: Atlantic region

Mar 31, 2017 ...Environmental damages fund evaluation: Atlantic region Previous page Table of contents Next page Atlantic Region - EDF Evaluation We determined that in the Atlantic Region of Environment Canada the EDF was being administered in a way which is in accordance with the TB submission conditions. Treasury Board Condition In Compliance 1. Recipients must

Métis Guardians Programs

Aug 9, 2019 ... Governance The Métis portion of the Indigenous Guardians Pilot Program is governed through the Métis National Council’s (MNC) National Environmental Working Group. The working group is made up of representatives of the MNC’s five governments. The working group works with Environment and Climate Change Canada to set: funding priorities assessment criteria application

Contact Environment and Climate Change Canada

Jul 19, 2019 Media relations Telephone: 819-938-3338 Toll-free: 1-844-836-7799 Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. ET Email: Other contacts Biosphere Canadian Wildlife Service Environmental science centres Environmental Damages Fund Great Lakes National Program Office Migratory birds National Pollutant Release Inventory Species at Risk

Ecological gifts: eligible recipients

Aug 20, 2019 ...Ecological gifts: eligible recipients On this page How a charity becomes eligible Recipient responsibilities For more information List of eligible environmental charities Landowners may donate ecologically sensitive land to registered environmental charities and governmental organizations. The following groups are automatically eligible to receive

First nations guardians initiative

Aug 9, 2019 ...First Nations guardians initiative This pilot program funds First Nations communities to exercise their rights and responsibilities to the land, waters, and ice of their traditional territories. It does this through on-the-ground, community-based stewardship initiatives. Please note that First Nations applications for this year are closed. The next call

Environmental damages fund evaluation: executive summary

Mar 31, 2017 ...Environmental damages fund evaluation: executive summary Table of contents Table of contents Next page Executive Summary The EDF evaluation examined four discrete areas determining first whether the EDF was effectively used consistent with the terms of the original TB submission in the Atlantic Region and thereafter examining areas of potential improvement

University of British Columbia fined $1.2 million and CIMCO Refrigeration fined $800,000 for the 2014 release of ammonia-laden water into a tributary of the Fraser River

Jun 25, 2019 ... Environmental Damages Fund. On September 12, 2014, Environment and Climate Change Canada was contacted regarding an ammonia odour at an outfall ditch connected to Booming Ground Creek in Pacific Spirit Regional Park. The source of ammonia was identified as coming from a refrigeration plant at Thunderbird Arena at the University of British Columbia. CIMCO Refrigeration

Economic Benefits of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

Jul 23, 2019 ... and training opportunities and emergency response or environmental measures funded by the company. To date, TMC has signed 48 MBAs totalling more than $400 million. The project is estimated to generate $73 billion in increased revenues for producers over 20 years. Government revenues, meanwhile, are expected to increase by $46 billion over the course of the project’s

Office of Energy Research and Development (OERD) | Natural Resources Canada

May 28, 2019 ... and Gas Clean Tech Program Oil Spill Response Science Program Program of Energy Research and Development(PERD) Environmental Studies Research Fund OERD is responsible for the Secretariat for the Environmental Studies Research Fund, a research program that sponsors environmental and social studies to assist in the decision-making process related to oil and gas

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Aug 13, 2019 ...Coastal Environmental Baseline Program projects in Iqaluit, Nunavut Description Timeframe Funding amount Baseline mercury levels in Frobisher Bay fish and invertebrates Funding recipient: University of Waterloo Project summary: The project involves measuring concentrations of total mercury and methyl mercury in bivalves (e.g. clams); other benthic

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