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Project 667-2023 – Understanding Indigenous Knowledge in water management practices across Canada

August 8, 2022 in RFPs

Contract Opportunity

Project Description:  The Contractor will conduct research and prepare a report to help federal, provincial and territ...

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Project 668-2023 – Policy options and best practices for end-of-life fishing and aquaculture gear

August 5, 2022 in RFPs

Contract Opportunity

Project Description:  The Contractor will conduct a virtual engagement session and prepare a report that evaluates policies and best practices to increase collection and end-of-...

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Environment Ministers Discuss Opportunities to Continue Taking Action on Climate Change and Green Economic Recovery

December 13, 2021 in News

By Videoconference, December 13, 2021 – Today, federal, provincial and territorial environm...

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Current Activities...


Air pollutants have the potential to impact environment and human health both locally and across political and geographic boundaries.

Governments across Canada pursue active programs on air issues both individually and collectively. In 2012 ministers ...

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Climate Change

Federal, provincial and territorial ministers recognise that addressing climate change is a shared responsibility and are working collaboratively and within their jurisdictions to take action.

In December 2016 First Ministers released the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change (PCF).

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Canadian Environmental Quality Guidelines (CEQGs) provide science-based goals for the quality of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems.

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Environment ministers are committed to taking action within their jurisdictions and through CCME to improve Canada’s record on reducing and recycling waste.

In September 2014 environment ministers adopted a vision for waste: Canada is a world le...

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Water is an essential natural resource that shapes regional landscapes and is vital for human well-being and ecosystem functioning.

Management of water in Canada has evolved in response to the changing demands placed on water, as well as to growing aw...

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