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The distribution of blue whales (Balaenoptera musculus) is mainly dictated by key environmental drivers such as food requirements and availability, sea ice, and sometimes predation risks. It is common to find blue whales in upwelling regions, depending on topography (banks, slopes and shallow water) and thermal fronts, which are actually related to krill aggregations. Blue whales feed almost exclusively on euphausiids (krill) and have the highest absolute metabolic demands. A shapefile on the distribution of significant perennial areas of krill aggregation is available (DFO-ECCC).
Sightings data were collected by the Mingan Island Cetacean Study (MICS) from 1980 to 2008 with annual surveys realised in the Gulf of St. Lawrence between the end of may and early november. Surveys were conducted using inflatable boats enabling the close approaches necessary to photograph and biopsy blue whales. The aim of this project was to provide additional information for designating blue whale critical habitat as required under the Canadian Species at Risk Act. For more details consult the following report:
Ramp, C. and Sears, R. 2013.
This table provides statistics on Physicians with Total Payments of $10,000 and Over, and Average Payments to General/Family Physicians and Specialists by Alberta Health Services Geographic Zone. The report is based on fee-for-service payments under the Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan (AHCIP). This table is an Excel version of a table in the "Alberta Health Care Insurance Statistical Supplement" report published annually by Alberta Health.
The list of grade crossings produced by this system provides an inventory of the location and characteristics of the railway crossings in Canada. It is part of the information that the Railway Safety Oversight Program uses in assessing risk and compliance with applicable regulatory requirements. This information is being made public as part of the Government of Canada’s efforts to increase transparency and openness. Please refer to additional information for further context (PDF).
Total number of stillbirths occurring in the province of Alberta, by year.
Total number of deaths occurring in the province of Alberta, by year.
Total number of live births occurring in the province of Alberta, by year.
Total number of infant deaths occurring in the province of Alberta, by year.
Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) has been monitoring levels of persistent organic pollutants and heavy metals in seabird eggs collected from the St. Lawrence River and Gulf of St. Lawrence, Canada, since the end of 1960s. Two sentinel species were selected to monitor aquatic ecosystem health and contamination based on their elevated position in the food web and relatively limited feeding range; the northern gannet (Morus bassanus) and the great blue heron (Ardea herodias) (Champoux et al., 2002; 2006; 2010; 2015; 2016 – available in supplemental information section *). Current avian monitoring is completed as part of the St. Lawrence Action Plan (2011-2026), a Canada-Quebec agreement that aims to conserve, restore, protect, and enhance the St. Lawrence (http://planstlaurent.qc.ca/en.html). Pollutants monitored include legacy organochlorine pesticides (e.g.
This table provides statistics on Number of Services and Total Payments to Allied Practitioners by Service Category, based on fee-for-service payments under the Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan (AHCIP). This table is an Excel version of a table in the “Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan Statistical Supplement” report published annually by Alberta Health.