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  • Canada-British Columbia Southern Mountain Caribou (Central Group) Protection Study (2017)
    Conserving wildlife is integral to Canada’s natural environment and supports our health and economy. The Government of Canada is committed to working with the provinces, territories, Indigenous peoples and stakeholders to manage and support the recovery of species at risk. The Minister of Environment and Climate Change, the Honourable Catherine McKenna, and the Honourable Mary Polak, Minister of Environment for British Columbia, released today t ...
  • Canada-British Columbia Southern Mountain Caribou (Central Group) Protection Study Summary (2017)
    Conserving wildlife is integral to Canada’s natural environment and supports our health and economy. The Government of Canada is committed to working with the provinces, territories, Indigenous peoples and stakeholders to manage and support the recovery of species at risk. The Minister of Environment and Climate Change, the Honourable Catherine McKenna, and the Honourable Mary Polak, Minister of Environment for British Columbia, released today t ...
  • Enhanced Analysis to Support Regional Caribou Range Planning and Action Planning (2016)
    This document describes new science work that will be led by the Science and Technology Branch of Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC), in collaboration with the Canadian Wildlife Service (ECCC) and Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada (NRCan). In 2011, Environment and Climate Change Canada released a scientific assessment that evaluated the contribution of natural (fire) and human (industrial) disturbance to range con
  • Protecting the Western Chorus Frog, Great Lakes / St. Lawrence – Canadian Shield Population (2016)
    This brochure provides information about the Western Chorus Frog, Great Lakes / St. Lawrence – Canadian Shield (GLSLCS) population, a species at risk in Canada, as well as about the measures that Environment and Climate Change Canada is taking to protect this species. This brochure is also part of the efforts being made to help affected individuals and organizations understand the Emergency Order and the impact it will have on their activities.
  • Public Notice - Public Meetings on the Western Chorus Frog (2016)
    On July 12 and 14, 2016, Environment and Climate Change Canada will host information sessions on the Species at Risk Act Emergency Order for the Protection of the Western Chorus Frog (Great Lakes/St. Lawrence - Canadian Shield population). The Order is intended to address the imminent threat to the species’ recovery in the municipalities of La Prairie, Candiac and Saint-Philippe.
  • Summary – Emergency Order for the Protection of the Western Chorus Frog (Great Lakes / St. Lawrence – Canadian Shield population) (2016)
    The purpose of this Order is to address the imminent threat to the recovery of the Western Chorus Frog (Great Lakes / St. Lawrence – Canadian Shield population (GLSLCS)) by providing protection for the La Prairie metapopulation through measures that include protection of the habitat identified in the Order.
  • Defining Habitat Restoration for Boreal Caribou in the Context of National Recovery: A Discussion Paper (2016)
    Note: This discussion paper was prepared by Dr. Justina Ray under contract to Environment and Climate Change Canada. The views expressed in this discussion paper are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Environment and Climate Change Canada or the Government of Canada.
  • Imminent Threat Assessment for the Western Chorus Frog (2015)
    This document assesses the threats to the Western Chorus Frog, Great Lakes/St. Lawrence – Canadian Shield population (Western Chorus Frog (GLSLCS)), using the best available information, with the aim of informing an opinion as to whether or not this wildlife species faces imminent threats to its survival or recovery in Canada, as per section 80 of the Species at Risk Act (SARA).
  • Protection assessment of Western Chorus Frog individuals, residences and habitat on federal and non-federal land (2015)
    This document assesses the threats to the Western Chorus Frog, Great Lakes/St. Lawrence – Canadian Shield population (Western Chorus Frog (GLSLCS)), using the best available information, with the aim of informing an opinion as to whether or not this wildlife species faces imminent threats to its survival or recovery in Canada, as per section 80 of the Species at Risk Act (SARA).
  • Science Assessment - An Overview of the Western Chorus Frog (2015)
    This document assesses the threats to the Western Chorus Frog, Great Lakes/St. Lawrence – Canadian Shield population (Western Chorus Frog (GLSLCS)), using the best available information, with the aim of informing an opinion as to whether or not this wildlife species faces imminent threats to its survival or recovery in Canada, as per section 80 of the Species at Risk Act (SARA).
  • Western Chorus Frog (Pseudacris triseriata) and Boreal Chorus Frog (P. maculata): clarification concerning the wildlife species listed under SARA in light of recent taxonomic interpretations (2015)
    This document assesses the threats to the Western Chorus Frog, Great Lakes/St. Lawrence – Canadian Shield population (Western Chorus Frog (GLSLCS)), using the best available information, with the aim of informing an opinion as to whether or not this wildlife species faces imminent threats to its survival or recovery in Canada, as per section 80 of the Species at Risk Act (SARA).
  • Agricultural Producers and the Emergency Protection Order (2014)
    The Sage-Grouse is an endangered bird species that depends on the unique prairie ecosystem in Alberta and Saskatchewan. In 2012, there were estimated to be roughly 100 adults remaining in Canada. The population has declined by 98% since 1988. The Government of Canada’s plan for successful recovery of this species includes the Emergency Protection Order, which focuses on imminent threats to the species in the wild, the <a href="/do
  • Key Questions and Answers for Producers on the Emergency Protection Order (2014)
    The Sage-Grouse is an endangered bird species that depends on the unique prairie ecosystem in Alberta and Saskatchewan. In 2012, there were estimated to be roughly 100 adults remaining in Canada. The population has declined by 98% since 1988. The Government of Canada’s plan for successful recovery of this species includes the Emergency Protection Order, which focuses on imminent threats to the species in the wild, the <a href="/do
  • What the Emergency Protection Order Means to You (2014)
    The Sage-Grouse is an endangered bird species that depends on the unique prairie ecosystem in Alberta and Saskatchewan. In 2012, there were estimated to be roughly 100 adults remaining in Canada. The population has declined by 98% since 1988. The Government of Canada’s plan for successful recovery of this species includes the Emergency Protection Order, which focuses on imminent threats to the species in the wild, the <a href="/do
  • What People Have Said on the Proposed Recovery Strategy for Boreal Caribou (2013)
    The proposed recovery strategy for Woodland Caribou, Boreal population (“boreal caribou”) was posted on the Species at Risk Public Registry on August 26, 2011 for an extended comment period that ended February 22, 2012. 19,046 comments were received from Aboriginal communities and organizations, government, industry stakeholders, environmental non-governmental organizations, academia, and the public. This document summarizes the engagement proces ...

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