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Single Window Initiative

https://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/prog/sw-gu/menu-eng.html

Oct 11, 2019 ... Vehicles Nuclear Substances and Equipment Wildlife Enforcement (CITES) Aquatic Invasive Species Additional benefits Efficiency improvements through the elimination of redundant work. No need to submit Import report to Natural Resources Canada for transactions using IID. Cost savings through simplification and elimination of need to re-enter common data. Efficient

Canada-Ontario Agreement on Great Lakes: annex 9

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/canadian-environmental-protection-act-registry/publications/canada-ontario-agreement-great-lakes/annex-9.html

Oct 8, 2019 ... in turn increase harmful and nuisance algal blooms; and native fish and wildlife habitats, populations and diversity may be affected by changes to ecosystem functions and by new or expanded ranges of invasive species (see also the aquatic invasive species annex). This Annex contains commitments that will improve our understanding of the effects of climate change

Info Source 2019, Environment and Climate Change Canada: chapter 2

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/corporate/transparency/access-information-privacy/info-source/functions-programs-activities.html

Oct 4, 2019 ... promotion and enforcement - pollution Water quality and ecosystems partnerships Substances and waste management Conserving nature Species at Risk Migratory birds and other wildlife Biodiversity partnerships and policy Habitat conservation and protection Compliance promotion and enforcement – wildlife Environmental assessment Predicting weather and environmental

Monarch Butterfly: profile of a species at risk

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/species-risk-education-centre/fact-sheets/monarch-butterfly.html

Aug 29, 2019 ... in milkweed, the plant which Monarchs depend on to survive. Herbicide use also causes declines in plants that provide nectar which Monarchs require for their fall migration. Invasive plant species The Monarch butterfly will only lay eggs on the milkweed plant, the only plant that the Monarch larvae/caterpillar will eat. However, Monarchs may mistakenly lay their eggs

Conservation of Polar Bears in Canada

https://www.canada.ca/en/services/environment/wildlife-plants-species/wildlife-habitat-conservation/conservation-polar-bears.html

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

Assessing Cumulative Environmental Effects under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012

https://www.canada.ca/en/impact-assessment-agency/services/policy-guidance/assessing-cumulative-environmental-effects-ceaa2012.html

Oct 9, 2019 ... of the same fish population from multiple physical activities. Aquatic Species: shoreline destruction from multiple physical activities resulting in the removal of several patches of a marine plant. Socio-Economic Conditions: environmental effects from multiple physical activities resulting in the decline of a bivalve population on which an Indigenous group depends

Pan-Canadian approach to transforming Species at Risk conservation in Canada

https://www.canada.ca/en/services/environment/wildlife-plants-species/species-risk/pan-canadian-approach/species-at-risk-conservation.html

Feb 26, 2019 ... priority places in collaboration with partners could include the following five elements. Biodiversity values Identification of significant species at risk and other biodiversity values on a regional or national scale: high numbers of species at risk high biodiversity, including other wildlife that are not at risk (including migratory birds, fish and other aquatic

Nature and science - Thousand Islands National Park

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Aug 22, 2019 ...Nature and science As a small protected area in the heart of the Thousand Islands, Thousand Islands National Park works to promote sustainable recreation while protecting the land and wildlife that make the area a popular tourist destination. The park is located in an area of rich biodiversity and is home to many species at risk. Thousand Islands National

Environmental Damages Fund: project map

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/environmental-funding/programs/environmental-damages-fund/map-projects.html

Aug 14, 2019 ..., but it still supports a wide variety of wildlife species. Restoration PQ FaunENord 2016–2017 Establishing of artificial structures promoting Bank Swallow nesting Ongoing $40,134.00 [September 2016 to August 2018] This project worked to increase birth rates of the bank swallow in Nord-du-Québec and Montérégie. The project installed artificial nests to provide permanent

COSEWIC news and events

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/committee-status-endangered-wildlife/news-events.html

Aug 7, 2019 ...COSEWIC news and events Find information about calls for bids, meetings, and news from the latest wildlife species assessment meeting. Selected documents produced by or for COSEWIC are also posted here. To subscribe to our distribution list please email us: Subject: add to distribution list Email: ec.cosepac-cosewic.ec@canada.ca Upcoming events Upcoming

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