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are important partners in the fight against . Find out how is incorporated in 🇨🇦’s climate plan:
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Do you know what to do if you find a sick or dead animal? Find out how to report it to :
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Environment Canada Jun 24
Ahiak Sanctuary is the first of 13 Management Plans we are working on with communities in . Read more:
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Environment Canada Jun 24
currents move around the world —which can make my your problem and your plastic my problem. Canada is committed to finding a global solution for us all!
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Environment Canada Jun 23
At the Last Mountain Lake National Area (NWA) and Sanctuary, we’re restoring natural prairie grasslands. We plant seeds collected from our nursery & NWAs in areas that need the most
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Environment Canada Jun 23
We’re proud to collaborate with and in Canada's declining population of burrowing owls
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Environment Canada Jun 23
"We met with Ikaluktutiak (Cambridge Bay) and Uqsuqtuuq (Gjoa Haven) communities on environmental management planning for the Ahiak Sanctuary. Success!" Jennie, Shorebird Biologist. View the video:
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Transport Canada Jun 22
. , and announce whales initiative to protect Southern Resident Killer Whales
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CEAA_ACEE Jun 22
3 days left to comment on potential environmental effects of Winnipeg’s Insect Control Branch and Project:
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Minister C. McKenna Jun 23
We are proud to support and their . See how mapping & storytelling come together to raise awareness on the impacts of for Canadians:
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Environment Canada Jun 23
Make your voice heard 📣! Tell us your thoughts on and how Canada can protect our and . Provide your feedback now:
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Environment Canada Jun 22
fires in national areas can be a good thing? Controlled fires help suppress invasive species, allow quick regrowth of native grasses and eliminates dead vegetation
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Environment Canada Jun 22
How does threaten the health of small freshwater animals in the ? At the Conference, our scientist Joseph Culp looks at ongoing changes in polar . To learn more:
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Environment Canada Jun 22
Our scientist Chris Derksen is the lead author of a special report on the impacts of on the world’s and cryosphere
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Environment Canada Jun 22
recently voted to ban the distribution of plastic straws & Styrofoam takeout containers & cups – the 1st municipality in to do so! help us and take the pledge
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Environment Canada Jun 22
Ever wonder why bison were so important to prairie ? Their grazing helped control growth rates of plant species. Today, local cattle farmers graze their herds in national areas to mimic these effects
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Environment Canada Jun 22
Municipalities across are working hard to . Some are moving forward to banning plastic bag 👍🏽. We encourage all leaders gathered at ICLEI 2018 to make the pledge:
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Environment Canada Jun 22
in 2007: Canada's first F5 touched down near Elie . Luckily no one was seriously injured! As our climate is changing, we can expect to see more events like tornadoes in Canada
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Environment Canada Jun 22
The Petite-Ferme, a building located in the National Wildlife Area, was designated a national historic site. Learn more about this important New France site by walking the historical trail!
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Environment Canada Jun 22
Construction update! The weather radar in Blainville, now has a tower! We are one step closer to a new state-of-the-art in .
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