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Found 10 records similar to Report on the progress of recovery strategy implementation for the Leatherback Sea Turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) in Canadian Pacific waters for the period 2007-2012
This report documents the progress of recovery strategy implementation for the Northern Abalone in Canada for the period 2007-2012. It summarizes progress that Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) and the broader scientific community have made towards achieving the goals and objectives set out in the Recovery Strategy.
This report summarizes the progress made towards Transient Killer Whale recovery for the period 2007-2012, including achievements made by Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO), and selected achievements of the broader scientific community.
This report addresses the progress towards meeting the objectives listed in the Recovery Strategy for the Carmine Shiner in Canada, since its publication in 2008.
As a result of the overlap in the historic and current ranges of the Round Hickorynut and
Kidneyshell, there is substantial commonality in threats to their continued survival. A key
component in the progress towards fulfilling recovery objectives has been the systematic
collaboration with existing ecosystem recovery teams. This collaboration has taken the form of
multiple research projects as well as stewardship teams that actively monitor and coordinate
habitat improvement projects on the Ausable, Sydenham, and Thames rivers systems. These
collaborative efforts resulted in concrete progress in the form of habitat improvement and
protection, and important biological insights of these two species.
The federal, provincial, and territorial government signatories under the Accord for the Protection of Species at Risk (1996) agreed to establish complementary legislation and programs that provide for effective protection of species at risk throughout Canada. Under the Species at Risk Act (S.C. 2002, c.29) (SARA), the federal competent ministers are responsible for the preparation of recovery strategies for listed Extirpated, Endangered, and Threatened species and are required to report on progress within five years.
The Minister of Fisheries and Oceans is the competent minister for the recovery of the Round Hickorynut and Kidneyshell and has prepared this strategy, as per section 37 of SARA.
The Recovery Strategy for Northern Wolffish (Anarhichas denticulatus), Spotted Wolffish (A. minor), and Management Plan for Atlantic Wolffish (A. lupus) in Canada (Kulka et al. 2007) (hereafter referred to as the Recovery Strategy) was posted on the Species at Risk Public Registry in 2008. The following document fulfills Fisheries and Oceans Canada’s (DFO) commitment to report every five years on the progress of Recovery Strategy implementation and covers the period February 2008 - February 2013.
This review focused on whether federal departments and agencies contributed to the goal of safe and healthy communities set out in the 2016–2019 Federal Sustainable Development Strategy. Federal departments and agencies that contribute to this goal must indicate in their departmental sustainable development strategies which of their departmental targets and actions contribute to the federal goal. They are required to report their progress on these targets and actions each year to Parliament in the supplementary tables to their departmental results reports.
This audit assessed the contribution of Environment and Climate Change Canada, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, and Parks Canada to meeting the target of species at risk under the Healthy Wildlife Populations goal in the 2019 to 2022 Federal Sustainable Development Strategy, and the related United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 15: Life on land, as applicable to each entity.
This review focused on whether federal departments and agencies contributed to meeting the 2016–2019 Federal Sustainable Development Strategy’s goals of healthy coasts and oceans, pristine lakes and rivers, and sustainable food, as applicable to each organization.
Briefing Package for the hearing on the briefing of the Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development before the Standing Committee on Environement and Sustainable Development on 1 February 2022.