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28 results found for: culture and tourism

Topics: Energy and Natural Resources

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June 17, 2019

Description

The listing of historic resources identifies lands that contain or are believed to contain historic resources, including primarily archaeological and palaeontological sites, Aboriginal traditional use sites of a historic resource nature, and historic structures. Issued twice a year, it provides...


Views: 842
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February 20, 2019

Description

The ACO Bulletin is a quarterly newsletter providing updates on the work of the Aboriginal Consultation Office. It is meant to serve as a communication tool with First Nations, Metis Settlements, industry groups and other stakeholders interested in keeping updated on the work of the ACO.


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January 4, 2019

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Dam safety regulatory requirements are established based on the consequence classification of the structures and/or risks or hazards posed by the structures. Dam safety uses five consequence classifications for dams or canals based on the potential downstream consequences of a failure. The...


Views: 467
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June 15, 2018

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The details of where, when and how trees on Crown land in Alberta are harvested and managed for sustainability are contained in forest management plans approved by the Government of Alberta, with input from the public and other stakeholders. Forest management plans prepared by industry are a...


Views: 272
Last Modified

May 17, 2018

Description

The Livingstone-Porcupine Hills Land Footprint Management Plan (LFMP) is a subregional plan that provides direction for the long-term cumulative effects of footprint on public lands - particularly impacts to biodiversity and watersheds in the Livingstone and Porcupine Hills Public Land Use Zones....


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May 17, 2018

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Outlines government plans to invest close to $5 million in capital funding to improve staging areas for access to public land, rebuild and improve trails, install bridges over water crossings, and protect and enhance fish habitat to support the implementation of the Livingstone–Porcupine Hills...


Views: 1301
Last Modified

May 17, 2018

Description

This two-page fact sheet provides a brief overview of two new public land use zones (PLUZ) in Alberta, which have been created to manage outdoor recreational activities and provide a diversity of outdoor recreation experiences. Includes information on camping, trails and trail use in the PLUZs.


Views: 1483
Last Modified

May 17, 2018

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The Livingstone-Porcupine Hills Recreation Management Plan addresses the priorities for outdoor recreation expressed in the South Saskatchewan Regional Plan (SSRP), which is in the traditional territory of Treaty 7. The SSRP prioritized planning for the Livingstone-Porcupine Hills areas as a...


Views: 657
Last Modified

May 1, 2018

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The South Saskatchewan Regional Plan establishes a long-term vision for the South Saskatchewan Region and aligns provincial policies at the regional level to balance Alberta's economic, environmental and social goals. The regional plan also includes strategies for responsible energy development,...


Views: 1927
Last Modified

April 18, 2018

Description

The listing of historic resources is a tool that may assist developers, industry representatives and municipalities in determining if a proposed development might affect historic resources. The listing identifies lands that contain or have a high potential to contain historic resources, including...