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878 results found for: "Environment and Sustainable Resource Development"

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September 1, 2019

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In Alberta, most known grizzly bear mortality is caused by humans. Such causes include: Poaching, Being mistaken for a black bear during the black bear hunting season, Self-defence, Accidents, such as road kill. This document presents the grizzly bear mortality rates over the past ten years.


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September 1, 2019

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The Government Organization Act provides for the establishment of Government departments, including the designation of Ministers, appointment of Deputy Ministers, hiring of staff, procurement of expert services, and the formation of boards, committees or councils to advise on and/or carry out...


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August 22, 2019

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The Enhanced Approval Process (EAP) incorporates processes, procedures, policies and information technology systems and tools to create a streamlined, efficient and effective approval process that enables and supports competitiveness and sustainable resource development. The EAP is the first step...


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July 24, 2019

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Provides a listing of waterbodies across the province where trout or arctic grayling are stocked to provide sportfishing opportunities. The report details the number, species and strain of the fish being stocked.


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July 1, 2019

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Each issue of this annual guide presents general hunting regulations for the province as well as regulations specific to big game and game birds. As well, an introductory section outlines important regulatory changes for the current season.


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July 1, 2019

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The Government of Alberta, through the Department of Agriculture and Forestry (AF), regulates forest management on the Crown Land of Alberta. Reforestation in Alberta is the responsibility, by law, of those who harvest trees on Crown Land. Companies that harvest trees are required to report the...


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June 28, 2019

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The annual report of the ministry of Environment and Parks contains the minister's accountability statement, the audited consolidated financial statements of the ministry and a comparison of actual performance results to desired results as set out in the ministry business plan, which was...


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June 1, 2019

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Depending on location, the Crown applies a provincial average Timber Damage Assessment (TDA) value for linear disturbances and non-linear disturbances that are less than 16 hectares in size. This table provides provincial average TDA values that have been calculated for each Forest Management...


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June 1, 2019

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Presents the annual timber damage assessment (TDA) billing rates for each forest management agreement (FMA) holder in Alberta. Issued annually.