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Culture | Environment | Fisheries | Heritage | Indigenous Peoples | Regulations
Sep 15, 2017 - Oct 14, 2017
Information is available in Inuktitut by clicking on the link above. Ukkusiksalik National Park is cooperatively managed with Inuit in accordance with the Nunavut Agreement and the Inuit Impact and Benefit Agreement (IIBA) for Ukkusiksalik National Park of Canada. Parks Canada and the Park Management Committee have developed the first management plan for Ukkusiksalik National Park. This plan sets out how we will work together to take care of Ukkusiksalik as a living landscape with outstanding natural and cultural values and where stories of generations of Inuit continue to be shared. The consultation process for Ukkusiksalik management plan is underway. Several representatives from Inuit communities and organizations as well as key stakeholder groups have provided input into the draft management plan. Issues and opportunities were identified and the draft plan was developed with the intent to gather more input from Canadians. Parks Canada is inviting feedback on the draft management plan for Ukkusiksalik National Park.
Sep 1, 2017 - Oct 13, 2017
Before each census, Statistics Canada initiates an extensive consultation program that allows data users and interested parties across Canada to share their views on how they use census data and the type of information they believe should be available from the census. Statistics Canada ensures that Census of Agriculture information remains relevant for the agriculture sector and organizations that use it. Therefore, Statistics Canada is seeking ideas for new or modified Census of Agriculture content, as well as data sources that could be used to supplement or replace current content and reduce respondent burden.
Scoping the Strategic Environmental Assessment of world heritage values of Wood Buffalo National Park World Heritage Site
Environment | Fisheries | Indigenous Peoples | Plants | Rural and remote services | Society
Sep 1, 2017 - Sep 22, 2017
As a place that protects unique landscapes, such as the Peace-Athabasca Delta, Wood Buffalo National Park is designated as a World Heritage Site. In response to concerns raised by a local First Nation, the World Heritage Committee requested that Parks Canada undertake a Strategic Environmental Assessment of cumulative effects that may be impacting the international heritage values of Wood Buffalo National Park World Heritage Site. Parks Canada has hired an independent contractor to carry out that assessment, in consultation with affected Indigenous groups and stakeholders. The assessment is due in March, 2018 and will inform a larger Action Plan for the protection of the park's world heritage values. The goal of the assessment is to identify the values, threats and indicators that will help land users and decision makers understand and consider the park's world heritage values. At this time Parks Canada is inviting feedback on the contractor's draft scoping report for the Strategic Environmental Assessment.
Sep 1, 2017 - Oct 2, 2017
The Agency invites the public and Indigenous groups to comment on which aspects of the environment may be affected by this project and what should be examined during the environmental assessment, as detailed in the draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) Guidelines.
Aug 31, 2017 - Oct 13, 2017
Transport Canada is creating a safe environment where unmanned aircraft systems, more commonly known as drones, can continue to be flown, enjoyed and contribute to innovation while ensuring the success of this industry in Canada. This includes proposing new regulations for drones. Before these new regulations take flight and become law, we encourage Canadians to provide their feedback on Transport Canada's approach to drones.
Health | Regulations
Aug 26, 2017 - Sep 25, 2017
You are invited to comment on our proposal to allow access for research to substances that are temporarily controlled under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA). The Minister of Health can place controls on a substance for up to two years if there are reasons to believe it: presents a significant risk to public health or public safety, might present a risk to public health or public safety and is being imported or distributed in Canada for no legitimate purpose. When a substance is under temporary control, it may not be: sold, sent, provided, imported, exported, delivered, produced, packaged or transported. At this time the regulations do not allow access for research purposes to substances under temporary control. We are proposing to make changes to Part J of the Food and Drug Regulations to allow for such access. The purpose of this consultation is to ask for comments on our intention to change Part J of the Food and Drug Regulations. These changes would allow access for research to substances that are under temporary control.
Aug 21, 2017 - Oct 6, 2017
The Agency invites the public and Indigenous groups to comment on the potential environmental effects of the project and the proposed measures to prevent or mitigate those effects as described in a summary of the proponent's Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).
Aug 17, 2017 - Sep 30, 2017
This consultation seeks feedback on key deliverables that once achieved, will increase the transparency of government funding provided through Grants and Contributions, to worthwhile projects. Potential changes include decreasing the dollar amount for the reporting of Grants and Contributions awards, (currently for over $25,000), increasing and standardizing the information available, and centralizing information on the open.canada.ca portal.
Communication | Industry
Aug 17, 2017 - Oct 16, 2017
Through this consultation paper, announced in Canada Gazette notice SMSE-005-17, Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) reviews the Canadian Table of Frequency Allocations (the Canadian Table) and makes proposals for its revision, taking into account the results of the 2015 World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC‑15) and domestic requirements. The Canadian Table was modified in 2014, to incorporate the results of WRC‑12 and to reflect changes to domestic spectrum policies. Subsequent changes have also been made since then to incorporate more recent spectrum policy decisions. In the accompanying Canada Gazette notice, ISED (referred to hereinafter as the Department) invites public comments on these proposals, as well as any input to ensure the completeness of the Canadian Table.
Culture | Indigenous Peoples
Aug 15, 2017 - Sep 29, 2017
Parks Canada has prepared a draft management statement for Gitwangak Battle Hill National Historic Sites (NHS) and is inviting the public to share their views and opinions on the draft. The new management statement will guide Parks Canada's decisions and actions in protecting, presenting and operating Gitwangak Battle Hill NHS over a ten year period.
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