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Import permits and restrictions

Dec 30, 2019 ... (ICTs) Standards, certification and agreements for imported radio and telecommunications equipment. Live animal and animal product imports Importing terrestrial and aquatic animals, animal by-products, semen and embryos, endangered species. Mineral and metal imports Bringing steel, precious metals or rough diamonds into Canada. Plant, seed and forestry product

Growing season | Natural Resources Canada

Jan 10, 2020 ...Growing season Growing season is expected to increase across Canada, with implications for forest productivity and composition. The length of the growing season is an important determinant of plant growth and distribution. Longer growing seasons may increase plant productivity and allow for new planting opportunities in agricultural and forestry settings

What's in Canada's climate plan

Jan 7, 2020 ... description Emissions by source: Homes and buildings (12%) Transportation (24%) Industry (13%) Forestry, agriculture and waste (13%) Electricity (10%) Oil and gas (27%) Putting a price on pollution See how putting a price on pollution can lower emissions, have cleaner air, have a healthier environment, and open opportunities for businesses with clean solutions. Find

How does disturbance shape Canada's forests? | Natural Resources Canada

Jan 14, 2020 ... zones. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 44, 365–376. Gauthier, S., Bernier, P., et al. 2014. Climate change vulnerability and adaptation in the managed Canadian boreal forest. Environmental Reviews 22, 256–285. Gauthier, S., Bernier, P., et al. 2015. Boreal forest health and global change. Science 349, 819–822. National Forestry Database. Forest fires

Indigenous Forestry Initiative | Natural Resources Canada

Feb 27, 2019 ...Indigenous Forestry Initiative Applications to the Indigenous Forestry Initiative can be submitted year-round. However, proposals that were received before February 13, 2019, 23:59 PST will be evaluated in March 2019, for funding that will start after April 1, 2019. Table of contents What is the Indigenous Forestry Initiative? Types of eligible projects

Natural resources

Jan 3, 2020 ...Natural resources Canada’s natural resources, water, forests and mining industry. Follow: Facebook Services and information Forests Forest industry and products, import and export policies, pests, programs related to forestry. Water management Managing water resources is everybody’s responsibility. Research, policies and programs. Mining Mineral markets

Update: ATV stolen in break and enter into Forestry Services and Fisheries and Land Services building in Gambo is recovered | Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Oct 3, 2019 ...Update: ATV stolen in break and enter into Forestry Services and Fisheries and Land Services building in Gambo is recovered October 3, 2019 Glovertown, Newfoundland and Labrador News release The all-terrain vehicle (ATV) stolen from a break and enter into the Forestry Services and Fisheries and Lands building between 7:30 p.m. on August 7, 2019 and 8:30 a.m

AshNet publications and presentations | Natural Resources Canada

Jan 16, 2020 ... 48, 4: 442–450. Hannam, K.D., Venier, L., Hope, E., McKenney, D., Allen, D. and Hazlett, P.W. 2017. AshNet: Facilitating the use of wood ash as a forest soil amendment in Canada. The Forestry Chronicle Volume 93, 1: 17-20. Hart, S.C., Massicotte, H.B., Rutherford, P.M., Elkin, C.M., and Rogers, B.J. 2019. Early response of understory vegetation to wood ash

e-Bulletin | Natural Resources Canada

Jan 10, 2020 ...e-Bulletin Great Lakes Forestry Centre Issue 39, January 2020 Comings and goings Wildland Fire Canada 2019 conference held November 18-21 in Ottawa 62nd Annual Forest Pest Management Forum held in Ottawa December 3-5, 2019 A day on the land in Garden River First Nation GLFC to contribute weather data to a community collaborative The Cumulative Effects

How does the forest industry contribute to Canada’s economy? | Natural Resources Canada

Jan 16, 2020 .... In these communities, forestry jobs are crucial to ensuring economic sustainability. Increased export markets Globalization is increasing trade possibilities beyond Canadian producers’ traditional markets. The US market has long been the main importer of Canadian forest products; however, the impact of the US housing crash and global financial crisis that began in 2008 spurred

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