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Bedford Institute of Oceanography

http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/videos/bio-iob-eng.html

Sep 28, 2018 ... and important issues facing our oceans. Together they’re studying a large range of things - from the growth and movement of plankton which is critical in the aquatic food chain - to identifying important habitat and sensitive areas using seabed mapping, and the study of the species that live there – like deep water corals and sponges. As a Benthic ecologist, I study

Wildlife Enforcement Directorate: 2017 to 2018 annual summary

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/environmental-enforcement/wildlife-legislation/annual-summary-2017-2018.html

Dec 17, 2018 ... in North America, living in Canada in the Great Lakes region and on the Atlantic coast in the spring and summer seasons. Nesting piping plovers are highly vulnerable to human activity. Currently, there are only approximately 200 breeding pairs of the species in Canada. Their population is suffering due to habitat loss and threats from human activities, like

Artists in the Canadian Forces Artists Program

https://www.canada.ca/en/services/defence/caf/showcasing/artists-program/artists.html

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

A message from the Park Superintendent - Georgian Bay Islands National Park

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/on/georg/info/super

Nov 2, 2018 ... them back to such an important cultural landscape that is Beausoleil Island National Historic Site. Conservation is a big focus in everything we do at GBINP. This year, our devoted science staff and students were busy monitoring the health of park wetlands, forest and coastal areas for species at risk, invasive flora and fauna and other ecological measures

Management Plan 2018 - Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve, National Marine Conservation Area Reserve, and Haida Heritage Site

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/bc/gwaiihaanas/info/consultations/gestion-management-2018

Nov 28, 2018 ... with principles of ecosystem-based management described in scientific, planning and management literature (Table 1). Yahguudang—Respect. We respect each other and all living things. We take only what we need, we give thanks, and we acknowledge those who behave accordingly. ‘Laa guu ga kanhllns—Responsibility.We accept the responsibility to manage and care for the land

News and updates (2012-2017) - Rouge National Urban Park

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/on/rouge/info/bulletin-newsletter/annee-year

Jan 8, 2019 ... Conservation Authority (TRCA), reintroduced 21 baby Blanding’s turtles to a pond in the park. This was the second year that a group of this provincially and nationally threatened turtle species have been released in the park. In June 2014, the same group of partners collaborated on the release of 10 baby Blanding’s turtles in the Rouge. The long-living species

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

https://inspection.gc.ca/animals/terrestrial-animals/humane-transport/interpretive-guidance/eng/1480700699158/1480700769747?chap=0

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

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

http://www.inspection.gc.ca/animals/terrestrial-animals/humane-transport/interpretive-guidance/eng/1480700699158/1480700769747?chap=0

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

Evaluation to Support Canadian Coast Guard Force Generation - March, 2019

http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/ae-ve/evaluations/18-19/96175-eng.html

Mar 4, 2019 ... this report “I think CSAS is the best system we have for peer review advice, there are things that need to be fixed but it’s good.” Internal Stakeholder. 4.3 Alignment with best practices and government priorities Finding: According to key informants and case study participants the SAGE Principles reflect best practices for the provision of science advice and align

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