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Pollution and waste management

Jun 6, 2019 ...Pollution and waste management Track and reduce pollution and waste. Most requested List of toxic substances managed under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 Tools and resources for the National Pollutant Release Inventory data Reporting to the National Pollutant Release Inventory Mercury and the environment Environmental Damages fund National

OPP - National Strategy - Wrecked and abandonned vessels: Info and engagement session (F5411-190100/A) -

Apr 16, 2019 ... Strategy: N/A - P&A/LOI Only Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements: OCEAN PROTECTION PLAN (OPP) - National Strategy on Wrecked and Abandoned Vessels: Information and Engagement session F5411-190100/A Pilon, Chantal Telephone No. 819) 420-2914 Email: ___________________ Amendment 2 is to correct the dates

Transport Canada 2019-2020 Departmental Plan - Transport Canada

Apr 4, 2019 ..., and Canada’s middle class. The Oceans Protection Plan, the largest-ever investment to protect Canada’s coasts and waterways, is a major element of Transportation 2030. Through the Oceans Protection Plan, we are: building a world-leading marine safety system while preserving ecosystems; forging stronger partnerships with Indigenous Peoples and engaging coastal

Funding, Grants and Incentives | Natural Resources Canada

May 16, 2019 ... and Gas Clean Tech Progam supports development of clean oil and gas technologies, in order to help develop Canada’s hydrocarbon resources in sustainable ways. Oil Spill Response Science Program The Oil Spill Response Science (OSRS) Program is a program to support the Government of Canada’s Oceans Protection Plan (formerly known as World-Class Tanker Safety System

Marine 101: What happens when a ship enters Canadian waters? - Transport Canada

Mar 4, 2019 ... waterways. Transport Canada inspectors also board vessels — to inspect them and make sure they’re operating safely and following Canadian and international laws. Canada benefits from an effective marine safety system that follows international standards. And it’s becoming even stronger under the new Oceans Protection Plan. This one-point-five-billion-dollar plan

Departmental sustainable development strategy 2017 to 2020, updated as of January 2019, Environment and Climate Change Canada

May 7, 2019 ... will continue to play a leadership role in protecting ocean and coastal resources. For example, under the new Oceans Protection Plan, the Department will increase its 24/7 emergency response capacity to ensure the environment is protected in the event of an oil spill. ECCC will continue to oversee and issue permits for disposal at sea under Canadian and international

Sea floor to sea surface

Jan 21, 2019 ...Sea floor to sea surface A brief look at some of the work the Northeast Pacific Seamount Expedition is working on with its partners to protect our oceans. Transcript From the seafloor to the sea surface, Fisheries and Oceans Canada is working hard to protect our oceans. Follow our #ScienceAtSea. Date modified: 2019-01-21


May 3, 2019 ... Environmental Assessment Agency - Funding Available to Support Indigenous Participation in the Development of Policy and Guidance on the Proposed new Impact Assessment System February 8, 2018: Government of Canada – Government of Canada takes steps to ensure a clean environment and strong economy February 6, 2018: Fisheries and Oceans – Government of Canada introduces

Protecting Canada's Endangered Whales

Feb 7, 2019 ... efforts for the North Atlantic Right Whale, Southern Resident Killer Whale, and St. Lawrence Estuary Beluga, and recommendations for priority actions. Oceans Protection Plan Canada has the world's longest coastline, and our water is one of our most important resource. Working with our partners We collaborate with other governments, stakeholders, partners

Climate change and protected areas - Science and conservation

Apr 11, 2019 ...Climate change and protected areas Canada’s network of protected areas provide a natural solution for climate change by conserving biodiversity, protecting ecosystem services, connecting landscapes, capturing and storing carbon, building knowledge and understanding and inspiring people. By protecting our lands and oceans, we help fight and mitigate

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