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NEB - Filing Manual

Aug 28, 2019 ... Regulations. (Montant comptabilisé) Contaminant A substance that is present or released in the environment at an amount, concentration, level or rate that results in or may result in an adverse effect. (Contaminant) Critical Habitat The habitat that is necessary for the survival or recovery of a listed wildlife species and that is identified as the species' critical

Wildlife enforcement and legislation

Jan 9, 2019 ...Wildlife enforcement and legislation Wildlife enforcement officers enforce Canadian wildlife legislation which protects plant and animal species in Canada including migratory birds. Canadian wildlife protection legislation is also aimed at conserving threatened or potentially threatened species nationally and internationally. These laws regulate human

Frequently Asked Questions for Harvesters - Terra Nova National Park

Aug 21, 2019 ... that moose can remove as much as 98% of young trees in a given area. Moose are also reducing the abundance of understory shrubs such as wild raisin, chuckley pear, mountain holly, red elderberry, Canada yew and wild raspberry. Through decades of heavy browsing, moose are impacting the habitats of other species and are decreasing the overall diversity of plants

Ecological integrity of national parks

Aug 29, 2019 ... functioning. For each main ecosystem, a scientifically sound set of environmental measures is developed, based on appropriateness, representativeness, monitoring needs and cost-effectiveness. Some examples of ecological integrity measures include wildlife surveys, estimates of plant productivity, water quality measurements, and invasive species surveys. Data

Enforcement acts and regulations

Aug 2, 2019 ...Enforcement acts and regulations Environmental Enforcement Environmental Enforcement Act Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 Pollution Prevention Provisions of the Fisheries Act Wildlife Enforcement Migratory Birds Convention Act, 1994 Canada Wildlife Act The Wild Animal and Plant Protection and Regulation of International and Interprovincial Trade

Fall guided experiences - Riding Mountain National Park

Aug 22, 2019 ... Mountain. We’ll be watching for all the wildlife that the busy fall-time brings! Time: Fridays, times vary – check for time when registering. Duration: 2.5 hours Cost: $7.30 To bring: Good walking shoes and weather appropriate clothing, water bottle, optional snacks Meet: Otentik near park Administration Building Pre-register: Yes Saturday Bikes and Bear Dens

Interpretation programs - Cape Breton Highlands National Park

Aug 19, 2019 ... hear about the Acadian forest, its importance to the region, the Atlantic salmon, the area’s geology and past glaciation, recent flood events, and the various ways the Mi’kmaq used the resources found all around you, as well as the area’s plants and wildlife. Listen as an Indigenous interpreter recounts her story of the discovery of maple syrup if you happen

Protecting species - Cape Breton Highlands National Park

Apr 15, 2019 ...Protecting species Species at risk are species that have had a significant decline in population in a certain area. This includes plants, insects, reptiles, birds, mammals – any living wildlife. Species can be designated provincially at risk (numbers have declined substantially in a province/territory), or federally at risk (numbers have declined across all

Minister's Transition Book

Oct 9, 2019 ... species; migratory birds; federal lands; effects that cross provincial or international boundaries; changes to the environment that affects Aboriginal peoples, such as their use of lands and resources for traditional purposes; and changes to the environment that are directly linked to or necessarily incidental to any federal decisions about a project

Parks insider - Science and conservation

Jul 29, 2019 ... a fish hatchery here in Banff and at that time the thinking was that it was a good idea to enhance visitor experience by stocking many of the high alpine lakes and rivers with fish. Unfortunately back in those days we didn’t understand the effects of non-native species on natural ecosystems; rainbow trout and brook trout were largely stocked and aren’t native

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