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This presentation for the 2010 ECELAW Summary Series looks at how one can ensure that an aquaculture operation is not having a negative impact on water quality. It starts out by examining the aquaculture industry and the controversy over it, as well as it ...

The Government of New Brunswick, the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, the Government of Nova Scotia, and the Government of Prince Edward Island agree to cooperate on the development of the aquaculture sector. The Parties seek to promote sustainabl ...

Attridge, Ian. Biodiversity Law and Policy in Canada: Review and Recommendations. Toronto: Canadian Institute for Environmental Law and Policy, 1996.

Walton, Janice H. Blakes' Canadian Law of Endangered Species. Toronto: Carswell, 2007.

This document provides a decision-making framework to decide whether Harmful Alteration, Disruption, or Destruction (HADD) is likely to result, and therefore whether a Section 35(2) Fisheries Act authorization is required. The framework asks if the fish h ...

Lucas, Alastair R., William A. Tilleman, and Elaine L. Hughes. Environmental Law and Policy. Toronto: Emond Montgomery Publications, 2003

Canada. Progress Report on the Species at Risk Act (SARA). Ottawa: Environment Canada, 2009.

This is a presentation for the 2010 ECELAW Summary Series by Derek Simon on Protected Areas. It covers jurisdiction over protected areas (provincial, federal, and aboriginal), provincial and federal management, and which protection option is best.

This document summarizes the Wilderness Areas Protection Act. This 1998 Act provides a framework to establish, protect and manage wilderness areas. The objectives of this Act are to protect natural processes, biological diversity and outstanding natural f ...

Canada. The Species at Risk Act (SARA): A Guide. Ottawa: Environment Canada, 2000.




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