New Water Act Code of Practice

New Water Act Code of Practice
for Wetland Replacement Works

Alberta Environment and Parks is pleased to announce a new Code of Practice for Wetland Replacement Works, which came into force on December...

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21 assessments of species at risk - public consultations

On September 2, 2020, the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) submitted 21 assessments of species at risk to the federal Minister of the Environment. 

On December 2,...

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COVID-19 and the consultations on the listing of terrestrial SAR

COVID-19 and the consultations on the listing of terrestrial species at risk

As a result of the ongoing COVID 19 situation, it is not possible to have in-person meetings. Taking this into...

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Management Plan for the Western Toad

On October 19, 2020, Environment and Climate Change Canada posted on the Species at Risk Public Registry the Management Plan for the Western Toad (Anaxyrus boreas), Calling and Non-calling...

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Update to the Wetland Assessment and Impact Form

Alberta Environment and Parks has recently updated the Wetland Assessment and Impact Form (WAIF), which may impact some of the work undertaken by authenticating wetland professionals in the province....

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Order Amending Schedule 1 to the Species at Risk Act

Order Amending Schedule 1 to the Species at Risk Act (Vol. 154, No. 36, September 05, 2020)

Species proposed for addition to Schedule 1 of SARA

 

•       False-foxglove Sun Moth (endangered)

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Draft recovery plans, Whitebark Pine & Limber Pine and Porsild’s Bryum

Draft Alberta recovery plans have been posted for the following species for online public engagement: Alberta Whitebark Pine & Limber Pine Recovery Plan and Alberta Porsild’s Bryum Recovery Plan. Both...

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Alberta Environment announces EIA reports

  • The Environmental Assessment Director has deemed the Environmental Impact Assessment report complete for Canadian Natural Resources Ltd.’s proposed Horizon Project. The review took 101 weeks.
  • The Joint...

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AEP temporarily suspends targeted reporting requirements

In response to the Public Health Emergency signed on March 17, 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Honourable Jason Nixon, Minister of Alberta Environment and Parks signed Ministerial Order...

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AEP posts Remedial Action Plan Guide

The Remedial Action Plan Guide presents Alberta Environment and Parks’ policy concerning remedial action plans for contaminated sites regulated by the Department. The Guide applies at all stages of...

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