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Canada’s Nature Legacy: protecting our nature

Jul 5, 2019 ...Canada’s Nature Legacy: protecting our nature Canada’s story Learn about Canada’s progress toward protecting more of our nature. Funding Find out what funding is available to support your organization's conservation and species recovery project. Indigenous Find out more about funding opportunities and Indigenous-led projects. Watch our videos. Activities

Projects and environmental assessments

Mar 7, 2019 ...Projects and environmental assessments Understand environmental assessments of projects such as mines or pipelines. Follow: Facebook Twitter Instagram Facebook Environment and Climate Change on Facebook Environment and Natural Resources in Canada on Facebook Most requested Participant funding application Aboriginal consultations in environmental assessments

Evaluation of the Environmental Damages Fund: final report

Apr 15, 2015 ...Evaluation of the Environmental Damages Fund: final report Download (EDF) PDF Format (362 Kb) Final Report Audit and Evaluation Branch October 2014 Report Clearance Steps Planning phase completed - September 2013 Report sent for management response - April 2014 Management response received - April 2014 Report completed - April 2014 Report approved by Deputy

B.C. company ordered to pay $50K in penalties for illegally importing products containing a protected orchid species

Mar 11, 2019 ... the Wild Animal and Plant Protection and Regulation of International and Interprovincial Trade Act (WAPPRIITA). Of the total fine, $45,000 will be directed towards the Government of Canada’s Environmental Damages Fund and $5,000 will be paid as a fine. In addition, the court ordered that the 51 cases of seized product be forfeited. On March 30, 2016, the Canada

Canadian dredging company fined $350K for unlawful deposit of deleterious substance in Fraser River estuary

Feb 27, 2019 ... Environmental Damages Fund. In February 2014, Fraser River Pile and Dredge (GP) Inc. was dredging in Deas Slough, in the Fraser River, when its dredging vessel punctured a submerged water main carrying chlorinated water to the Corporation of Delta. Environment and Climate Change Canada enforcement officers investigated the incident and determined that chlorinated water

Ecological gifts: eligible recipients

May 21, 2019 ...Ecological gifts: eligible recipients Landowners may donate ecologically sensitive land to registered environmental charities and governmental organizations. The following groups are automatically eligible to receive ecological gifts: federal, provincial and territorial governments Canadian municipalities municipal or public bodies performing a function

Environmental and Indigenous health

Jul 11, 2019 ... risks, how to get rid of it and prevention. Environmental health Learn about home and garden safety, air quality, pests and pesticides, sun exposure and chemical safety. Climate Change and Health Adaptation Program This program funds First Nations and Inuit communities’ efforts to build capacity to adapt to the health impacts of climate change. Contributors

Climate Action Fund

Jul 9, 2019 ...Climate Action Fund The application process is now closed May 13, 2019: the application process is now closed On this page Introduction Two-step application process Frequently asked questions Key dates Success stories News releases Map Contact Introduction Since 2018, the Climate Action Fund has awarded $3 million to support innovative ideas. The objective

Previous-year forms and publications list

May 17, 2019 ... Treatment of Mutual Funds for Individuals RC431 ARCHIVED - RC431 - Request for Re-appropriation of T2 Statute-barred Credits RC4385 ARCHIVED - RC4385 - Claiming a Film or Video Production Services Tax Credit RC4408 ARCHIVED - RC4408 - Farming Income and the AgriStability and AgriInvest Programs Harmonized Guide - Joint Forms and Guide RC4445 ARCHIVED - RC4445 - T4A

Green Construction through Wood (GCWood) Program | Natural Resources Canada

May 28, 2019 ... information needed to facilitate revisions to the 2020 and 2025 National Building Code of Canada (NBCC) to allow tall wood buildings beyond the current 6 storey limit To receive information about the GCWood program, please join our mailing list by contacting the GCWood team. Benefits of GCWood-funded projects Environmental benefits of working with wood include

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