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Organizations: Environmental Protection (1992-1999)

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February 24, 2011

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Tourist map of Writing On Stone Provincial Park.


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January 1, 2009

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Information for angles about catching, handling and releasing fish with care.


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January 1, 2008

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A guide on what wildlife to watch for while hiking the Middle Lake trail in Kananaskis


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June 1, 2007

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The intent of this working agreement is to ensure protection of Class 'A' watercourses by managing activities to avoid any potential risks to Class "A" watercourses.


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September 1, 2004

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A diversion from the Red Deer River to raise the water level in Buffalo Lake began in Spring 1996. Water quality monitoring has been conducted to ensure the project does not lead to the ...


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September 30, 2002

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The GoA is committed to a vision of a vibrant and prosperous province where Albertans enjoy a superior quality of life and are confidence about the future for themselves and their children. Safe ...


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September 1, 2002

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Quarterly report on the air quality ratings for Alberta as measured by air monitoring stations in Edmonton, Calgary, Red Deer, and Fort Saskatchewan. Air pollutants monitored include carbon ...


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June 1, 2002

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The Plan provides a comprehensive, integrated approach to the management of public land and resources. It provides government direction and policy information for developing and assessing future ...


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April 1, 2001

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Includes Wellsite Reclamation Certificate Application Form.


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December 1, 1999

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This wildlife status report looks at the plains spadefoot is currently on Alberta's 'blue list' of species that may be at risk of declining to non-viable population levels in the province. This ...