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6 results found for: "Environment (1971-1992, 1999-2011)"

Audience: Funding Applicants

Views: 542
Last Modified

December 12, 2018

Description

This two-page fact sheet provides an overview of how the activity of water well drilling is regulated in Alberta.


Views: 220
Last Modified

March 29, 2017

Description

The Alberta Community Resilience Program is a multi-year provincial grant program supporting the development of long-term resilience to flood and drought events. The delivery of this program is guided by three principles: Respecting our Rivers; Community-driven Solutions; and Collaboration.


Views: 717
Last Modified

January 1, 2011

Description

Before taking on any construction activity in a water body in Alberta, an approval under the province's Water Act must be obtained.


Views: 8
Last Modified

January 1, 2011

Description

The Best Management Practices for Conservation of Reclamation Materials in the Mineable Oil Sands Region of Alberta is used by oil sands mine companies to develop annual soil salvage and placement plans, mine reclamation plans and mine closure plans.


Views: 22
Last Modified

January 1, 2011

Description

The information provided in this fact sheet is to be used by oil sands mine operators as a guide to understanding Alberta Environment’s expectation regarding dam safety and progressive reclamation (including revegetation) of active oil sands tailings dams.


Views: 653
Last Modified

January 1, 2008

Description

To divert and use surface or ground water in Alberta requires a licence under the province's Water Act. The licence identifies the water source, location of diversion site, volume, rate and timing of water to be diverted, priority of the "water right" established by the licence, and nay...