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www.gov.pe.ca/law/statutes/pdf/a-08_01.pdf

This Act regulates management practices including soil conservation and nutrient management practices applied to land intended or used for growing. The purposes of this Act are: to maintain and improve surface water quality by reducing runoff and soil ero ...

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laws.justice.gc.ca/en/W-9/

The Canada Wildlife Act applies to any animal, plant, organism that is wild (or not easily distinguishable from such a species), or is that habitat of such an animal, plant, or organism (s. 4). The Act deals with the conservation and research of wildlife ...

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www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/oceans/publications/fedmpa-zpmfed/pdf/mpa-...

Marine Protected Areas are a useful conservation and protection tool. The need for a cooperative approach to develop a network of federal marine protected areas to improve the condition of our oceans led to the creation of the Marine Protected Areas Strat ...

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www.canlii.org/en/nb/laws/stat/rsnb-1973-c-c-12/latest/rsnb-...

This act details a coordinated planning policy concerning land zoning in New Brunswick, including the development of schemes and creation of advisory committees, zoning bylaws, and the creation of regulations.

Category:Legislation

www.gnb.ca/0062/regs/c-16-3reg.htm

A conservation easement is an agreement between a land owner and an eligible body that grants rights, or imposes obligations on the easement holder, owner or both for the purpose of protecting, restoring or enhancing the land (section 2). This is a useful ...

Category:Legislation

www.gov.ns.ca/legislature/legc/statutes/consease.htm

This Act deals with conservation easements. A conservation easement is defined as an agreement between an owner and an eligible body that (a) grants rights and privileges to the easement holder over the owner

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www.gnb.ca/0062/regs/e-9-101reg.htm

Goal is to protect species at risk from extinction. NOTE: The Department of Natural Resources states the Act is being modernized. Species at risk include any plant, animal, or other organism that is seriously at risk of imminent extinction or extirpation ...

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nslegislature.ca/legc/statutes/energy_m.htm

This act regulates the creation and use of energy resources towards the goal of promoting conservation and preventing waste.

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www.canlii.org/en/nb/laws/stat/snb-1980-c-f-14.1/81285/

An Act to create policies and programs to maintain diversity of wildlife species at levels of appropriate abundance. Allows the government to make, by regulation, wildlife refuges and wildlife management areas. The province has the property rights in all ...

Category:Legislation

www.gov.pe.ca/law/statutes/pdf/f-14.pdf

This Act charges the Minister of Environment, Energy and Forestry with the management, renewal and protection of forest lands in the province (section 3), provides for the development of a Forest Policy and places restrictions upon who may cut, harvest or ...

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www.gov.ns.ca/just/regulations/regs/ercgas.htm

These regulations, created under the Nova Scotia Energy Resources Conservation Act and the Pipeline Act, establish administration procedures for the construction of gas plant facilities, and the terms and conditions of granted licences.

Category:Legislation

www.princeedwardisland.ca/sites/default/files/legislation/L-...

This act regulates property rights in PEI, especially the amount of land that may be held by a person or a corporation. It also includes among its goals strategies for protecting the ecology and environment with respect to the obligations of land ownershi ...

Category:Legislation

www.gov.pe.ca/law/statutes/pdf/n-02.pdf

The province currently has 119 sites designated as protected areas under this Act. The object of the Act is to provide legal protection to ecologically significant sites including sand dunes, marshes, rivers, ponds, bogs, forests, offshore islands, cliffs ...

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This document is a brochure that explains the options a private landowner in Nova Scotia has and how they can protect the natural areas of the province. Over 70 percent of the province is privately owned, but less than 0.1 percent of the private lands are ...

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novascotia.ca/just/regulations/regs/env5095.htm

Details the administration of Trust Funds under the Environment Act and the criteria for their allocation to programs and projects with the goals of research, development and enhancement of the environment, or protection and conservation of the environmen ...

Category:Legislation

www.gov.pe.ca/law/statutes/pdf/r-08.pdf

This Act gives the Minister of Tourism and Culture the authority to designate areas of land as provincial parks, protected areas, protected beaches, or a combination thereof (section 6(3)). Beaches that may be designated are defined in the Act as areas of ...

Category:Legislation

www.gov.ns.ca/legislature/legc/statutes/wildlife.htm

The Wildlife Act seeks to maintain diversity of species, to protect habitat for wildlife, to continue opportunities for regulated hunting and fishing, and provide for renewal of the resource while managing for its optimum recreational and economic uses (s ...

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www.gov.pe.ca/law/statutes/pdf/w-04_1.pdf

There are currently 17 Provincial Wildlife Management Areas in Prince Edward Island. This Act gives the Minister of Environment, Energy and Forestry the authority to designate any provincial crown lands, or privately held lands with the consent of the lan ...

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